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Despite its extreme weight and cost, beechwood is regarded for being extremely rigid, robust, and attractive. It’s an excellent choice for cabinets because it’s easy to work with and receives stain and polish effectively.

Beechwood is a pale, reddish-brown color that comes from beech trees that may be found on most northern continents. It’s good for staining. The wood is slightly gritty, with visible rays and tiny pores.

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Sunset Beech Cabinet Features

Finish/Color: Light Brown
Door Style: Flat Panel, Shaker Style
Overlay: Full
Sides, Top, and Bottom: 1/2″ Plywood
Shelves: 3/4″ Plywood
Hinges: Concealed
Drawer Box: Solid Wood
Drawer Glides: Soft-Closing
Undermount
Drawer Construction: Dovetailed
Cabinet Box Construction: Framed
Cabinet Style: Traditional
Best Price Guarantee: Effective
Full overlay doors provide a seamless aesthetic
Soft-close doors and drawers prevent slamming
Full extension drawers ensure easy access
Solid wood cabinet boxes and drawer boxes provide exceptional durability
All cabinets come with finished exteriors that match the doors
The premium finish delivers a lifetime of beauty
Available with a full line of accessories and upgrades that add style and function

Wall Bookshelf

 

End Bookshelf for Kitchen Cupboard

 

This basic design provides extra storage space at the end of a cabinet run, as well as convenient access to spices, cookbooks, and other kitchen essentials. There are a few different ways to achieve this look, and it all depends on how deep you want the cabinet to be.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • One 12″ wide x so. high wall cabinet 
  • One 30- wall filler (either r wide or 6° wale) 
  • One M. wall end panel 
  • One piece of awn molding 
  • One dishwasher end panel 

 

Building Instructions for a Kitchen Cupboard End Bookshelf

 

Step 1: Determine the depth of the extra cabinet. After that has been determined, cut the sides, top, and bottom of the cabinet to the appropriate depth. Determine where the shelves will go after they’ve been trimmed, then drill a row of pilot holes for the shelf brackets. Making support pieces and screwing them directly to the sidewalls might be an alternative method.

Step 2: Take the dishwasher end panel and trim it down to a 27 3/8″ x 10% piece to use as the cabinet’s back. Trim nails will be used to secure this to the cabinet’s sides, top, and bottom.

Step 3: Attach the redesigned cabinet to the wall and adjacent cabinet.

Step 4: Trim the wall end panel to fit on the side of the cabinet that faces the kitchen (this will make it flush with the face frame).

Step 5: Attach the filler strip to the cabinet’s kitchen-facing side. 

Step 6: Trim the shelves to make them fit into the cabinet.

Step 7: To finish the aesthetic, add crown molding and a light rail if desired.

 

Coat Rack With Storage

 

This is a fantastic idea for a mudroom or even a home’s foyer. There’s plenty of room for jackets, shoes, and all the other things that seem to end up strewn about the house. This demonstrates the versatility of our cabinets by allowing them to be transformed into a piece of furniture. We tweaked the design a little to make it easier to include our cabinets. However, the overall appearance and feel remain unchanged. Build a unique coat rack and storage system for your home instead of buying a plain coat rack.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

 

  • Two 21″ base cabinets or 21″ drawer base cabinets 
  • Two 21″ wide x 42″ high wall cabinets 
  • Two 33″ wide x 15″ high x 24″ deep wall cabinets 
  • Two 33″ wide x 15″ high wall cabinets 
  • Three base end panels Seven pieces of 8′ length toe kick
  • Six island panels 
  • Two 42″ wall end panels
  • Two 6″ wide x 30″ long filler strips 
  • Pint of Stain
  • (Optional) Four fluted column filler pieces) 
  • (Optional) Two mirrors (33″ wide) or
  • one long mirror (66″ wide) 
  • 11-12 2×4’s from your local home supply store

 

Building a Coat Rack with Storage: Step-by-Step Instructions

 

1st step: We need to build a frame to fit behind the cabinets and bring the side/end cabinets out a couple of inches to achieve the staggered look. Build two identical frames that are 3.5″ deep, 20 3/4″ broad, and 84″ long, starting with the vertical cabinets. Instead of laying the 2x4s flat, lay them vertically.

 

Step 2: You must also build a frame for the seating area before installing the cabinets. Make a frame that is 4.5″ high, 66″ wide, and 24″ deep for this. To attain the desired height, flatten the 2x4s and stack them three layers high.

3rd step: To establish where to anchor the framing for the seating area, measure 24” from either side. Once you’ve found it, secure it to the wall and the floor. Leave a 1/8″ gap on either side after installation, and then line up the two vertical frames, fastening them to the wall.

Step 4: Begin by securing the base cabinets to the vertical framing.

Step 5: Once the island panels are in place, trim four of them down to 34.5″ high but 27.5″ wide.

Step 6: After the base cabinets and side panels have been placed, attach the two double-deep cabinets to the seat structure.

Step 7: Put the countertops and seat in place. They display granite on the tops of the base cabinets and wood on the seating area in the design image. It’s advisable to get it to put now, before adding the wall cabinets and other finishing touches.

Step 8: After you’ve installed the surfaces, you’ll need to construct a frame for the wall cabinets. This frame will be 6″ tall, 20 4″ broad, and 11 3/8″ deep. Attach this frame to the wall’s framework immediately.

Step 11: Cut the 6″ filler strips to 21″ long and secure them to the front of the framing to cover the 6″ high framing on the front.

Step 12:Install the two remaining wall cabinets (33″ wide x 15″ high) on top of the previous wall cabinets, maintaining them at the same height. Fix them to the wall directly.

Step 13: Cut the two 42″ wall end panels down to 33″ in length. These will be positioned flush with the face frame on the underside of the two wall cabinets that you recently installed.

Step 14: If you want the mirrors to be part of the decor, place them precisely behind the wall cabinets.

Step 15:Measure the remaining vertical space between the mirrors and the seat for the back paneling. Cut the three base end panels to 22″ wide and the remaining height in the area.

Step 16: Cut one piece of toe kick to 66″ in length, then cut two more sections into four equal 23″ long pieces.

Attach the 23rd step “pieces vertically to hide the seams between the base end panels and provide the impression of wainscoting Take Route 66 “piece and lay it horizontally across the tops of the trimmed pieces, aligning with the bottoms of the mirrors.

Step 16: Cut one piece of toe kick to 66″ in length, then cut two more sections into four equal 23″ long pieces.

Attach the 23rd step “pieces vertically to hide the seams between the base end panels and provide the impression of wainscoting Take Route 66 “piece and lay it horizontally across the tops of the trimmed pieces, aligning with the bottoms of the mirrors.

Step 18: Install crown molding in step 18.

Step 19: Complete the toe kick installation all the way around. Simply put 2×4 blocks in the front of the base cabinets to attach the toe kick to produce a flush look. You achieve a personalized look on the seams, make sure to utilize mitered cuts.

Step 20: (Optional) Install elegant fluted columns on the backrest to provide more detail. These can be directly affixed to the vertical toe kick parts that were previously placed. Before installing them, stain them to match the cabinets’ finish.

Step 21:Touch up any exposed cuts with the stain.

 

Coffee Bar With Mullion Doors

 

If you’re a coffee-lover, a coffee shop like this could be incorporated into your design. This cabinet will look fantastic in any kitchen, with all mullion doors and a shelf for coffee mugs and other coffee accouterments. The staggered design of the wall cabinets creates a unique look that is simple to achieve. Attach ornamental end panels to the sides for a more personalized effect.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

 

  • Seven 15″ wide x 30″ high wall cabinets
  • Two 24″ Base Cabinets One 27″ Base Cabinet One refrigerator panel
  • Two base end panels
  • Three island panels One piece of toe kick
  • Two pieces of crown molding (Optional) 
  • Four 30″ decorative wall end panels (Optional) 
  • Two decorative base end panels 
  • Four 2×4’s from your local home supply store 
  • One pint of touch up stain

 

Step 1: Normally, we would begin by putting up the wall cabinets, but in this case, we will do the opposite. Begin with putting in the base cabinets, starting with the 27″ base cabinet in the center. At the face frame, secure the cabinets to the wall and to each other.

Step 2: Once the base cabinets are in place, draw a vertical line from the back end of each end base cabinet up the wall.

This should be taken from the cabinet’s back, not the face frame.

Step 3: Install your countertops in the third step.

Step 4: Using the 2x4s, construct two frames measuring 14 4″ wide by 60″ long and 1.5″ high. Lay the 2x4s flat when putting them together to get the 1.5″ height.

Attach the frame to the wall directly, using the lines produced in step 2 as a reference for the frame’s outside edge.

Step 5: To build the two external towers seen in the photo, install four 15″ wide wall cabinets. Secure them to the framing immediately, aligning the cabinets’ sides with the framing’s edge.

Step 6: Cut the island panels into eight pieces, each measuring 30″ high by 13.5″ wide. Cover the sides of the cabinets with these to make them flush with the face frames.

Step 7: In the center, install the remaining three 15″ wide wall cabinets, fastening them to the wall and to one another at the face frame.

Step 8: Attach the end panels to the base.

Step 9: To make the shelf, cut down the refrigerator panel and the trim piece to 45″ long x 12″ broad. To support the shelf, cut short strips from the remaining refrigerator panel. Place the 45″ x 12″ piece of refrigerator panel on top of them and secure them to the wall cabinets and the wall.

Step 10: Install the mullion doors in place of the existing doors on the wall cabinets.

Step 11: Attach the toe kick and crown molding. For a professional-looking finish, utilize mitered cuts on the corners.

Step 12: If any touch-ups are required, use the stain.

 

Kitchen Island With Bookcase

 

Finding a space to keep everything you need and use on a regular basis in the kitchen is one of the obstacles. Every smart cook will have a few cookbooks on hand for reference, and what better place to keep them than in the kitchen? I came across this photo of a kitchen and fell in love with the way the island was set up. Having all of your cookbooks within easy reach is a perfect match with the sink on the island and lots of countertop room to work on. The size of the island and the layout you choose will be determined by the size of your kitchen, but the overall style will remain consistent.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • One 30″ wide x 36″ high (or 42″ high) wall cabinet
  • Two decorative wall end panels 
  • Four 8′ pieces of toe kick 
  • Three island panels 
  • One piece of corner molding 
  • One piece of scribe molding
  • Three 8 foot 2×4’s

 

Building a Kitchen Island with a Bookcase: Step-by-Step Instructions

Step 1: Install all of the base cabinets first.

Step 2: Create a support infrastructure. You’ll need to construct a platform to hold the wall cabinet and give it the appearance of a custom base cabinet. Build a 30″ wide and 9″ deep frame out of 2x4s, placing the 2x4s flat.

Three levels of the frame are required to get the true height of the toe kick.

Step 3: Attach the platform to the end of the island by attaching it to the base cabinet’s side. Step 4: Attach the wall cabinet to the side of the base cabinet and place it on top of the platform.

Step 5: Cut one of the island panels in half with a hacksaw.

Step 6: Cut the island panels to fit the backs of the cabinets and the oven unit, depending on the overall width of the island (s). Depending on the appearance you want to achieve, you can choose between one and two seams. You may need to add a little support strip to connect the paneling to if you’re going with a single seam in the middle.

Step 7: Toe Kick-Cut the toe kick to fit all four sides of the island as well as the bottom of the bookshelf.

Step 8: Trim – After installing the toe kick, trim the corner molding to fit the outside borders of the rear of the island. After that, cut the scribe molding and cover the seam with it (s).

Step 9: Add decorative doors to the bookcase on both sides. If you want to keep the ornate look going, you can add one more decorative base end panel to the other end of the island.

 

Kitchen Island With Double Ovens

 

Shifting the oven units to the floor is one of the most popular kitchen design trends. Traditionally, a freestanding range or oven units stacked in a wall unit would have been used. Installing appliances on the island is a terrific way to achieve this, especially with the trend toward design and hiding appliances. Here are some simple steps to re-create this appearance in your own kitchen.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

Two base cabinets (can be your choice of sizes) 

Two decorative end panels 

Three 8′ pieces of toe kick 

Two island panels

One piece of corner molding 

One piece of scribe molding

Three or four 8 foot 2×4’s

 

Instructions to Build Kitchen Island with Double Ovens

 

Step 1: Create a support infrastructure. You’ll need to build a structure to support the oven units and move them up to countertop height. Build a frame out of 2x4s that is the overall width of the oven(s) and a depth of 21″ by laying the 2x4s flat. Three layers of 2x4s are required to get the true height of the toe kick.

Step 2: Arrange the base cabinets and screw the platform you just built into the nearby cabinets to secure it. This will provide a solid foundation for the oven modules.

Step 3: Set up the oven (s).

Step 4: Cut the island panels to size, depending on the full width of the island, to cover the back of the cabinets and the oven unit (s). Depending on the appearance you want to achieve, you can use either one or two seams.

Step 5: Toe Kick – Trim the toe kick to fit the island and cover all four sides.

Step 6: Trim – After the toe kick is fitted, trim the corner molding to fit the back of the island’s outside corners (should be roughly 30.5″). After that, cut the scribe molding and cover the seam with it (s).

Step 7: Add ornate doors to the island’s two ends (this is optional).

 

Kitchen Island with Wine Cooler

 

Use a different color cabinet to highlight the island and make it the main point of the kitchen in this design. They also devised a clever technique to include a wine cooler into the design while avoiding the typical placement of appliances along the wall. A simple design that allows you to be creative with what you place on the island and how large you make it.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • One 30″ Base Cabinet or 30″ Three Drawer
  • Base Cabinet 
  • Two dishwasher end panels 
  • Two island panels 
  • One 2 x 4 from a local supply store
  • Four 3″ L brackets with screws from the local supply store 
  • Two 8 ft pieces of toe kick

 

Instructions to Build Kitchen Island with Wine Cooler

 

Step 1: Collect 30 dollars “Install the base cabinet and draw lines for the wine cooler. Add another 24 to your list “a straight line across where the dishwasher end panels will finish, straight back from the rear of the base cabinet on either side

Step 2: Cut two 34-inch sections from the 2 x 4 “a long time Measure 1 inch from the back of the base cabinet “Secure a piece of 2×4 on each side of the cabinet.

Step 3: Attach the dishwasher end panels to the 2×4 studs that were installed in the base cabinet’s back. The dishwasher end panels’ face frames should match up with the lines you drew on the floor in step 1. Attach an L-bracket to the back of the dishwasher end panel’s face frame or trim piece and clamp it to the floor to provide stability.

This should be done on both sides (the other two L-brackets will be used to secure the end panels to the tabletop). If you’re installing granite, you’ll have to enlist the help of your installer).

Step 4: After securing the dishwasher end panels, join the island panels to the sides to hide the seam and make the sides flush with the face frames at each end.

Step 5: Cut the 8-foot toe kick in half and secure it to the island on both sides. To finish off the wine cooler, cut two little pieces to finish it off.

 

Kitchen Hutch With Microwave

 

In today’s kitchens, putting the microwave above the stove in a microwave/range hood combo has become commonplace. What I enjoyed about this design is how basic it is while still creating a unique spot for coffee, entertaining, or whatever else you can think of. This design is versatile enough to be utilized in the kitchen, the living room, or even as a wet bar. This one may be laid out in a variety of ways, but I’ll show you how to put it together using the photographs as a guide.

 

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • Two 30″ High x 15″ Wide Wall Cabinets 
  • One 15″ High x 30″ Wide Wall Cabinet 
  • Two 15″ Drawer Bases 
  • One 30″ Base Cabinet 
  • One Piece of light rail 
  • One Piece of toe kick 
  • Two 1530 Mullion Doors
  • One Piece of crown molding 
  • One Dishwasher End Panel
  • Four L-brackets and screws from the home supply store

 

Instructions for Building a Kitchen Hutch

 

The installation procedure for this design is rather simple. The wall cabinets should be installed first, followed by the base cabinets. The installation of the microwave is the variable. Here are two approaches to using the microwave:

 

Option 1: A microwave or microwave/range hood combo will be attached to the underside of the middle wall cabinet. You won’t need the dishwasher end panel or the L-brackets because they’ll be mounted there.

 

Option 2: If you’re using a microwave on the counter, you’ll need to build a shelf. Cut the dishwasher end panel down to fit between the two side cabinets for this. To secure the shelf to the bottom edge of the surrounding wall cabinets, use L-brackets.

Use the light rail molding to give a continuous look across the front once the microwave is mounted. After that, add crown molding and replace the doors with mullion doors.

 

Large Island With Curved Top

 

This island concept for a large kitchen appeals to me. This design provides storage on all four sides of the island, as well as a wide work area and chairs, making it multi-functional. The benefit of constructing a large island like this one is that it provides a nice gathering spot for visitors and allows the chef to engage with them. 

 

Supplies You Will Need 

Two 42″ wide x 30″ high wall cabinets 

Two 24″ wide x 30″ high wall cabinets 

One 30″ wide x 30″ high wall cabinet 

Two 24″ wide base cabinets 

One 30″ wide sink base cabinet 

Four 30″ decorative wall end panels 

Six 8′ pieces of toe kick 

Two 3×4 Island Panels 

Four 8′ long 2×4’s from a local home supply store

 

Instructions to Build Large Island with Curved Top

 

Step 1: Create a floor plan. Because there will be a lot of framing involved, it is a good idea to mark everything on the floor before beginning this project. Mark the location of the base cabinets, then use the frame dimensions to the right to ensure that everything will fit. If you’re bringing water or electricity to the island, this is also crucial.

Step 2: Put the base cabinets in place.

Step 3: Make a frame for the wall cabinets out of 2x4s. Depending on the appearance you want to achieve, you may construct the frame in a few different ways. Simply extend the 2×4 framing 3″ on each side to achieve a flush look on the face frames. The 2x4s should be laid flat and three layers of 2x4s should be used for optimum height.

Step 4: Attach the 30″ wide and 24″ wide Wall cabinets to the back of the base cabinets, using the frame as support. They should be screwed to the backs of the base cabinets and then attached to the framing.

Step 5: Cut the island panels to size to cover the back of the end wall cabinets before installing them. Attach to the 42″ wall cabinets’ backs.

Step 6: Install the 42nd step “At the far end of the island, there are wall cabinets. The wall cabinets should be secured to the framing and the rear of the cabinet.

Step 7: Install the ornamental end panels on the sides of the 42-inch cabinet “To give it a final look, add wall cabinets.

Step 8: Finish the bottom by installing the toe kick over the framing. Miter the ends of the toe kick at each corner with a miter saw.

 

Pass-Through Kitchen Island

 

While this isn’t a particularly complex design, it is a terrific approach to create a multi-functional space that can assist distinguish two different rooms and/or establish consistency across two different living spaces. You can utilize one side for extra sitting, a dividing knee wall to delineate the other room, or back-to-back cabinets to fully optimize the storage capacity with this design. This multi-functional design would look fantastic in either the kitchen or the living area, depending on your preference. We believed you’d be putting back-to-back cabinets to maximize storage space in the instructions below.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

 

  • Four 15″ wide x 42″ high wall cabinets 
  • Four 15″ wide x 30″ high wall cabinets 
  • Four 30″ wide x 30″ high wall cabinets 
  • Five Island Panels 
  • Three pieces of toe kick 
  • Four 15″ wide x 42″ high mullion doors (optional) 
  • Two pieces of crown molding- not displayed in the picture
  • Ten 2×4’s from your local supply store 
  • One pint of stain

 

Step 1: Begin by constructing a structure to support the wall cabinets and a toe kick contour for the base cabinets. The size of the frame should be 89 “percent ” in length, 18″ in width, and 4.5″ in thickness (to create the thickness of the toe kick). To obtain the 4.5, “Secure three layers of 2x4s together, laying them flat, to produce the desired thickness. Secure the frame to the floor once it’s completed.

 

Step 2: Begin on one side and insert two of the 15 screws “Back-to-back x30″ wall cabinets, aligning up the cabinet sides with the framing sides (do not line up the face frame, use the sides because there is a 1/8″ inset). Begin putting the four 30″ x 30″ cabinets back to back after the first two are secured, and finish the bottom row with the remaining two 15″ x 15” cabinets “30 x

 

The sides of the remaining two cabinets should likewise be aligned with the framing’s edge.

Step 3: Cut one of the island panels in half and use one for each side of the end cabinets to give the slices a finished look.

Step 4: Before you install the countertop, you’ll need to figure out how you’ll secure the upper wall cabinets.

 

If you want to link them to the lower set of wall cabinets, you’ll need to make extra cuts in the countertop to accommodate them. Build two frames that are 24″ long, 11 percent ” wide, and 1.5″ thick (by laying the 2×4’s flat) if there is no other way to connect them. This should be the same thickness as the countertop you’re putting, so it’ll be hidden once it’s in place.

 

Stacked Wall Cabinets

 

This design features a variety of storage alternatives as well as a fresh approach to wall cabinet architecture. To give the appearance of custom cabinets, they use a combination of smaller wall cabinets for the top. They removed the doors of the base cabinets and placed pull-out shelves on the bottom to break up the effect of a wall of base cabinets. The cup holders below the plate rack are a feature we didn’t include in our design. If you want to complete the appearance from the photo, this is something that can be readily applied.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

Three 30″ wide x 15″ high wall cabinets or

30″ x 12″ 

Two 30″ wide x 24″ high wall cabinets 

One plate rack

Two 30″ drawer base cabinets 

One 30″ base cabinet 

Two pieces of light rail

Two pieces of crown molding 

1 pint of stain for touchup

Optional: pull out shelf unit

 

 

Instructions to Build Stacked Wall Cabinets

 

Step 1: Line up the tops of the 3024 wall cabinets and plate rack before installing them.

Step 2: Place the three 3012 or 3015 wall cabinets over the existing ones.

Step 3: Put the base cabinets in place.

Step 4: Install the light rail across the front of the plate rack and on the bottom of the two 3024 wall cabinets.

Step 5: Install the crown molding

Install the toe kick in step six.

Step 7: Remove the middle base cabinet’s doors and, if necessary, cut off the central stile between the doors. Install the pull-out shelves and use the stain to fill in any holes.

Step 8: You’ll need to make mullion doors if you want the cabinets to match the design exactly. Unfortunately, we do not have a regular mullion door available for that size wall cabinet.

You’ll need to use a router to route out the door’s central panel to achieve the same effect. While this may appear difficult, it is actually quite simple if you have the correct equipment. You can purchase glass inserts to complete the look shown in the design illustration once the panel has been routed out.

Step 9: Attach the toe kick

 

Staggered Height Island 

 

This island style is ideal for a small kitchen with little storage space. The wall cabinets on the back of the island provide plenty of extra storage while not allowing for more seats. They use the island as a cooktop in this design, but you could easily replace it with a sink or simply use the extra counter space. Also reduces the amount of workspace available, but it frees up space along the wall and may aid in the creation of the coveted “work triangle,” which is crucial in any kitchen. 

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • One 30″ base cabinet 
  • One 30″ sink base 
  • Two 30″ wide x 36″ high wall cabinets 
  • Three 8 pieces of toe kick 
  • Two 30″ x 36″ mullion doors, or four 15″ x 36″ mullion doors 
  • Four decorative furniture feet OR cut these out of toe kick 
  • One pint of stain for touch up
  • Two 36″ decorative wall end panels 
  • Two decorative base end panels 
  • Three 3×4 island panels 
  • Six 8 foot 2×4’s from your local home supply center

 

Instructions to Build a Staggered Height Island

 

Step 1: Install the base cabinets first.

Step 2: Construct a frame for the wall cabinets out of 2x4s. The frame should be 59 inches long by 9 inches broad. Build three layers using the 2x4s by laying them flat. These should be fastened to the floor and installed against the back of the base cabinets, aligning with the cabinet’s back edges.

Step 3: Attach the wall cabinets to the framing as well as the rear of the base cabinets.

Step 4: Cut one of the island panels into two pieces to cover the back of the wall cabinets that are visible above the base cabinets.

Step 5: Cut the remaining two island panels to fit on the edges of the cabinets where the base and wall cabinets attach.

Step 6: Attach the furniture feet or cut the toe into even-sized pieces to serve as decorations on the feet.

Step 7: Attach decorative doors to the island’s sides.

Step 8: Add mullions to the doors.

 

Wet Bar

 

A wet bar is an excellent addition to any house for anyone who enjoys entertaining. The illusion of a custom hutch is created by removing the central base cabinet and end wall cabinets. This wet bar is given even more personality by the addition of some more toe kicks at the bottom.

 

 

Supplies You Will Need 

 

  • Two 36 high x 15 wide wall cabinets 
  • One 30 high x 30 wide wall cabinet  
  • 30″ Sink Base 
  • Two 15″ Base Cabinets 
  • 1 Straight Valance 
  • 1 Piece of Toe Kick
  • 1 Piece of Crown Molding 
  • 3 -8 Foot Pieces of 2 x 4 from a local supply store 
  • 4 Base End Panels or 2 island panels 
  • 1 Base End Panel
  • Pint of stain

 

 

Instructions to Build a Wet Bar

 

Step 1: Create a staggered appearance. The two end cabinets are placed out further than the central cabinet, which is a unique element of the wall cabinets in the design. Building a frame behind the cabinets to pull them out 3 is a simple way to accomplish this “.. To accomplish so, cut four 2 x 4 pieces. By multiplying the 2 x 4’s, you’ll get an extra three “to a great depth

Before attaching the 2 x 4 extensions to the cabinets, they should be mounted to the wall, but that will be discussed in the next phase.

Step 2: Before you begin mounting the cabinets on the wall, make sure you precisely measure them. Make a note of the width of each cabinet (15) “on the wall (36″, 30″, and 15″). Come in 3/16″ on both sides of the 15” cabinets and make a second mark to allow the end panel that will hide the framing). Attach the two x4s to the wall at the 3/16 mark “coming in from the sides

Step 3: The framing will be covered up 

3rd step: Cut four of the base end panels (or island panels for the 36″ wall cabinets) down to fit the cabinet sides and the framing (15″ wide by either 36″ high or 30″ high, depending on what cabinet size you used).

Step 4: Connect the two 15-foot cables “First, install the broad wall cabinets, making sure they’re securely fastened to the 2×4 framing. Cover everything, including the extra 3 panels, with the cut panels attached to the side of the wall cabinets “back in the woods Then, from the inside of the cabinet, attach your center cabinet to the wall as well as the two side cabinets.

Step 5: Form the curve beneath the middle cabinet. This is your chance to be as inventive as you want. On the straight valance, trace a curved form or another pattern and cut with a jigsaw. Touch up the exposed wood with some of the stains.

Step 6: Put the base cabinets in place. Both end cabinets will be flush against the wall, but the central cabinet will have to be moved out to provide the staggered design. The distance is up to you, but a minimum of 3″ is recommended.

 

Pantry Wall

 

This design is ideal for small kitchens and cramped locations when storage is required but regular base cabinets are too deep. These are wall cabinets that were used to make the pantry and base cabinets. It frees up 12” of walking space by utilizing wall cabinets. It also creates the impression that this may be a piece of furniture by adding some decorative touches.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • One dishwasher end panel 
  • Two 30″ wide x 42″ high wall cabinets 
  • Four 15″ wide x 30″ high wall cabinets 
  • One piece of 7’light rail 
  • Two pieces of crown molding 
  • Two straight valances 
  • Either decorative furniture feet or one 8 pieces of toe kick 
  • Three 2 x 4 pieces of lumber
  • Optional – Four 30″ decorative doors

 

Instructions to Build a Pantry Wall

 

Step 1: Before you begin, you must first decide how you want to finish off the bottom. You’ll need to build a frame to rest the cabinets on if you want to provide the illusion of a toe kick and make it look like a base cabinet. You won’t need the frame if you use fancy furniture feet to make it look more like furniture.

Step 2: Mark the bottom of the cabinets on the wall with a measuring tape. Cut the 2 x 4s to 84″ length once you’ve reached that height. These will be utilized to pull the pantry’s center cabinets away from the wall and create the appearance of depth. Attach the 2 x 4s to the wall once they’ve been cut, matching them up with the two outer sides of the cabinets and ore in the middle.

Step 3: Attach two of the furniture legs to the underside of one of the 30″ wide x 42″ wall cabinets.

Step 4: Attach the two 30″ wide x 42″ high wall cabinets to the 2x4s once they’ve been affixed to the wall.

Step 5: Attach the remaining furniture feet to the outside borders of the 15″ wide wall cabinets that will be built next to the center stack.

Step 6: Line up the two bottom 15″ wide x 30″ high cabinets and fasten them to the wall and neighboring wall cabinets using the prior mark at the bottom of the cabinets.

Step 6: After the bottom cabinets are in place, determine the height of the upper 15″ wide cabinets and secure them to the wall.

Step 7: Put in the counters.

Step 8: Cut the two straight valances to fit between the countertop and the lower cabinets’ bottom shelves. These will be used to hide the exposed 2 x 4 that was used to fasten the wall cabinets and give the center cabinets depth.

Step 9: Attach the crown molding to the top of the wall cabinets and the light rail to the underside of the wall cabinets.

 

Large Island Open Concept

 

This design is excellent for establishing an open concept in a home and making the kitchen the focal point. This design allows for eating on one side and plenty of workspace on both sides of the stove for the cook. This design is simple to make and is another wonderful option for a more open kitchen. 

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • Two 9″ full-height base cabinets
  • Two Spice Rack Inserts 
  • One 15″ drawer base
  • One 15″ base cabinet 
  • One 30″ base cabinet 
  • One piece of toe kick

 

 

Instructions to Build a Large Island – Open Concept

 

Step 1: Before you begin, make sure the wall is erected and finished.

Step 2: Install the 30-degree angle from the outside in, starting on the left “First, start with the base cabinet.

Step 3: Prior to putting in the 9 “It is advised that you install the spice rack first in the base cabinets. It will make putting together the spice rack a lot easier.

Step 4: Place the first 9″ base cabinet adjacent to the 30″ base cabinet after the spice racks have been fitted. Step 5: Switch to the right side and install the 15″ base cabinet first, followed by the 15″ drawer base cabinet. Install the final 9″ base cabinet, leaving enough room for the stove.

Step 7: To create a smooth effect, cut the toe kick to cover the bottom of the base cabinets.

 

Basement Snack Bar 

 

This is a simple design that might be used in a basement leisure area, workshop, children’s room, or as a tiny apartment kitchenette. It’s simple to manufacture, and there’s no limit to how many various configurations you may come up with. Consider installing a door-mounted trash can in the base cabinets, or a wall insert to provide additional storage for glasses.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • One dishwasher end panel 
  • Two 24″ base cabinets 
  • Two 18″ wide x 30″ high wall cabinets 
  • One 36″ wide x 15″ high wall cabinet

 

Instructions to Build a Basement Snack Bar

 

Step 1: Begin by assembling the wall cabinets, working from left to right, and fastening them to both the back wall and the neighboring cabinet via the face frames.

Step 2: Begin by putting in the two base cabinets.

Step 3: Connect your refrigerator or wine cooler to the electrical system. Before installing the dishwasher end panel, make sure everything is linked properly.

Step 4: Attach the dishwasher end panel to the neighboring wall with screws. You’ll need to build a bracing in the rear of the panel as well as secure it to the countertop if you’re placing it with an exposed side.

Step 5: Put the countertop in place.

 

Wine Bar with Stemware & Wine Bottle Rack

 

This wine bar has everything you’ll need for a family that likes to party and enjoys wine. While the design depicts a tiny sink, a wine cooler might be placed in the bottom to keep your white wines cool. This design also demonstrates how to use many small cabinets to provide more room above the sink.

 

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • Two 15″ wide drawer base cabinets 
  • One 30″ sink base cabinet 
  • Two 15″ wide x 42″ high wall cabinets 
  • Three 30″ wide x 15″ high wall cabinets 
  • One stem glass holder 
  • One wine bottle rack (unfinished) 
  • One pint of stain 
  • One straight valance 
  • Two base end panels 
  • One 30″ wall end panel 
  • One 8′ piece of toe kick 
  • One piece of crown molding (optional) 
  • One piece of 2 x 4 lumber 
  • One piece of 1 x 2 lumber

 

Instructions to Build a Wine Bar with Stemware & Wine Bottle Rack

 

Step 1: Assemble the base cabinets according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Step 2: Put the countertop in place.

Step 3: Using the 2 x 4, construct two 14 percent ” x 11 3/8″ x 3 high frames. These will be utilized to fill in the gaps between the wall cabinets and allow the doors to open. Attach these to the bottoms of the two 15″ wide x 42″ high wall cabinets, aligning the edges with the cabinets’ backs.

Step 4: Place one of the 30″ wide x 15″ high wall cabinets between the two 15″ wide x 42″ high wall cabinets and fasten it.

Install the three cabinet units on the countertop in step 5. Fix the unit to the wall with screws.

Step 6: Secure the two remaining 30″ wide x 15″ high wall cabinets to the wall, each other, and the cabinets below using screws.

Step 7: Cut each of the two base end panels in half 12 “wide enough to hide the framing and the edges of the wall cabinets.

Cover both sides of the 42″ high wall cabinets, starting at the countertop and working your way up (this will only cover 36″ of the wall cabinets). Take the two thirties “Cut wall end panels to length to conceal the rest of the exposed wall cabinets.

Step 8: Place the wine bottle rack on top of the stem glass holder and secure it.

Step 9: Cut little strips from the 1 x 2 timber to use as support for the stem glass holder/wine bottle rack. Match the finish on the nailing strips to the cabinets with the pint of stain. Install the wine rack unit at any height you like; just make sure the nailing strips are level before putting everything together.

Step 10: Measure and cut the toe kick to fit the front of the base cabinets.

Step 11: Cut two 15″ long pieces from the valance to cover the framing under the 15″ wide x 42″ high wall cabinets. To match the wall cabinets, stain the valance’s ends. The wall cabinets should now be complete.

 

Kitchen Island with Built-In Table 

 

While this is a simple design, it demonstrates a different method to arrange to seat at your kitchen island. By incorporating a kitchen table into the island, they have eliminated the need for one. This saves space while also allowing the home chef to connect with dinner guests or children. 

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • Two 21″ wide drawer base cabinets 
  • One 30″ wide sink base cabinet 
  • Two 3 x 4 island panels 
  • Two base end panels 
  • One piece of outside corner molding
  • Two decorative furniture legs
  • Pint of matching stain 
  • Five 8′ pieces of toe kick

 

Instructions to Build a Kitchen Island with Built-In Table

 

Step 1: Place the sink base in the center of the base cabinets.

Step 2: Cut the two island panels to 36″ long and attach them to the base cabinets’ backs.

Step 3: Attach the base end panels to the base cabinets’ sides.

Step 4: Trim the front, sides, and back of the island with three of the toe kicks. To get a polished look, make sure you use mitered cuts.

Step 5: Trim the outer corner molding to fit the back borders of the island, where the panels meet the cabinet sides.

Step 6: Stain the unpainted furniture legs to match the cabinets with the pint of stain.

Step 7: Measure the height and width of the island table you wish to construct. To make the underside trim between the furniture legs and the island, cut the leftover toe kick to length. Because the furniture legs and trim will be supporting the countertop, it’s critical that they’re properly secured. L-brackets should be used at the island connection as well as where both furniture legs attach to the trim. It is recommended that if you are making a large tabletop, you reinforce it by building a frame out of 2 x 4s that can be fastened to the furniture legs and trim.

 

Ornate Cooking Area and Range Hood

 

This is one of my favorite designs since it demonstrates your ability to be inventive. In a kitchen design business or even a big box store, a kitchen like this may cost upwards of $50-60,000. With a little forethought, you can achieve a similar look for less than ten percent of the cost of custom cabinets. This design is more suited to painted cabinet lines, but we’ll show you a basic version that may be utilized in any cabinet line. You may need to make some changes to this design depending on the sort of ventilation system you employ.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • Two 21″ wide drawer base cabinets 
  • Two 6″ wide base filler organizers from Rev-A-Shelf 
  • Two 6″ wide base fillers 
  • Two 30” decorative wall fillers (or fluted columns) 
  • Two 24″ wide x 15″ high wall cabinets 
  • Two 21″ high x 30″ wide wall cabinets 
  • One 3’x 4′ island panel 
  • Two decorative corbels 
  • Three 30″ wall end panels 
  • One 84″ refrigerator panel 
  • One 7′ piece of scribe molding 
  • 2 x 4’s from your local supply store 
  • Pint of matching stain 
  • Two 8′ pieces of crown molding 
  • Two 8′ pieces of toe kick

 

Instructions to Build an Ornate Cooking Area and Range Hood

 

Step 1: Measure your base and wall cabinets and mark them out on the wall. Begin by identifying the location of the stove/range, then measuring 6″ on each side. This will define where your wall cabinets, which will be right above, will begin.

Step 2: If necessary, use the stain to refinish the corbels and fluted columns.

Step 3: Create a frame out of 2 x 4s to provide the staggered look on the wall cabinets above the range/stove. Make a frame that’s 48″ long by 15″ wide, but just 4-6″ tall (this will determine how far out the wall cabinets stick out past the adjacent wall cabinets).

Step 4: Attach the frame to the wall, making sure it’s anchored to the studs because it’ll be holding the other cabinets in place.

Step 3: To create the staggering effect on the wall cabinets above the range/stove, make a frame out of 2 x 4s. Make a 48″ long by 15″ wide frame that’s only 4-6″ tall (this will determine how far out the wall cabinets stick out past the adjacent wall cabinets).

Step 4: Anchor the frame to the studs on the wall, as it will be keeping the other cabinets in place.

Step 7: Cut the refrigerator panel to fit over the underside of the 24″ wide x 15″ high wall cabinets, covering up the framing in the back and giving the bottom of the cabinets a finished look. To generate the edge in the picture, the panel should be trimmed with an additional 2-3″ on the front.

Step 8: Using extra 2 x 4s, build two 9″ x 13-15″ long box frames (depending on how far out you built the wall cabinets and how big the corbels you’re using). Allow enough space in front for the corbel to fit without extending above the ledge from the refrigerator panel piece), and 4-6″ wide (the width of the corbels you use will decide this).

Step 9: Cut pieces from the island panel to finish the frames you made in Step 8. The side that will be against the cabinets should be secured first, followed by the two frames. Attach the other trim pieces to cover the framing once it’s been attached to the wall.

Step 10: Put the decorative corbels in place.

Install the base cabinets in step 11.

Step 12: Attach the base filler organizer to the 6″ base fillers.

Step 13: Take the two base filler organizers and secure them to the neighboring base cabinets’ sides. It’s possible that you’ll need to shim out the organizer to ensure that it can open and close. They’re slightly staggered from the rest of the cabinets in the picture, which you may do by anchoring it an inch or two past the face frame.

Make careful you cover the sides with a piece of the island panel if you’re doing this. To add depth to our design, we’ve secured it flush with the face frame of the cabinets and mounted the fluted columns to the front.

Step 14: Cut the scribe molding to length to cover the edge of the refrigerator panel where the ledge was cut. This will give it a complete appearance. To make it look more professional, use mitered cuts.

Step 15: Trim the tops of the cabinets with crown molding.

Step 16: Trim out the bottom of the cabinets with the toe kick.

 

Kitchen Island & Breakfast Bar

 

This kitchen island, like another design we showed you, has plenty of storage with cabinets on both sides that can be utilized as bookshelves or standard storage simply by removing the doors. The extra height of the breakfast bar is the most noticeable distinction in this design. You can elevate the eating area and give depth and character to the design by utilizing 42″ high wall cabinets. The island can be any size you want, but we intended it to be seven feet wide. We’ll leave the backsplash to your imagination because they don’t show the opposite side in the photo. Optional ornamental end panels for the back of the island are included, which are not required for the design but offer some decoration.

 

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • One 36″ wide sink base 
  • Two 12″ wide base cabinets 
  • Four 42″ wall end panels 
  • Two 36″ wide by 42″ high wall cabinets 
  • (Optional) Twelve 42″ high decorative wall end panels 
  • Three 8′ pieces of toe kick 
  • Six 3 x 4 island panels 
  • 2 x 4’s from your local supply store 
  • Pint of stain (for any touch up)

 

Instructions to Build a Kitchen Island & Breakfast Bar

 

Step 1: Attach the sink base and two base cabinets to the floor by attaching the face frames together and anchoring them.

Step 2: Using 2x4s, construct a frame 46″ high, 48″ wide, and the depth of a 2×4 on its side (you’re constructing a wall for behind the base cabinets). Secure the frame to the floor and the rear of the base cabinets once it’s finished.

Step 3: Create two more frames, each measuring 42 inches in length “4.5” high x 11 3/8″ wide x 11 3/8″ deep There will be one at each end of the island, for a total of 18 “reaching past the base cabinets’ backs Attach the frames to the floor as well as the cabinets.

Step 4: Cut three of the island panels to suit the backs of the wall cabinets that are 42″ wide x 42″ in height. It’s advisable to cut the two pieces for the back of the wall cabinets at 26″ wide and 16″ wide to hide the seams. Secure them to the back of the wall cabinets once they’ve been cut.

Step 5: Attach the 42″ high wall end panels to the four sides of the wall cabinets with screws.

Step 6: Place the wall cabinets on top of the framing and fasten them to the base cabinets and the framing on both sides.

Step 7: Cut two additional island panels to size and cover the frame on the rear side that is still visible.

Step 8: Cut two pieces from another island panel to cover the exposed framing on the front side above the base cabinets.

Step 9: Cover the bottom of the cabinets and the framing with the toe kick. To give it a professional touch, make sure you utilize mitered cuts on the corners.

Step 10: Attach ornamental wall end panels to give the island a polished, unique look. These would line the backside of the island as well as the ends of each wall cabinet. Six of them should be uniformly spaced on the back of the island, and the remaining two should be used to cover the interior panel where the back of the wall cabinets would be.

 

Kitchen Island with Cook Top and Seating Area

 

This design contains both a seating and cooking space with additional storage, with room for a couple of stools. Another example of how you may be inventive with your kitchen island. They show a fancy toe kick in the picture, which can be constructed, but we made it a conventional toe kick to keep things simple.

 

Supplies You Will Need 

  • One 36″ sink base 
  • One 21″ wide base cabinet 
  • One 21″ wide three drawer base cabinet 
  • Two 21″ wide x 30″ high wall cabinets 
  • Three 3′ x 4′ island panels 
  • Three 8 pieces of toe kick 
  • 2 x 4’s from your local supply store

 

Instructions to Build a Kitchen Island with Cooktop and Seating Area

Step 1: Place the sink base cabinet in the center, followed by the two other base cabinets on either side. Make sure they’re securely fastened to the face frames and the floor.

Step 2: Cut two platforms out of 2x4s that are 20 3/4″ wide, 11 3/8″ deep, and 4.5″ high. These will be screwed straight to the back of the end cabinets, aligning them with the cabinets’ back edge.

Step 3: Attach the two wall cabinets to the backs of the respective base cabinets and to the platforms.

Step 4: Cut one of the island panels to fit between the two wall cabinets and to cover the rear of the sink base cabinet, using one of the island panels.

Step 5: Cover the end cabinets with the two remaining island panels, which have been trimmed to size.

Step 6: Cut the toe kick to length to conceal the cabinet bottoms and framing. To achieve a finished effect, make mitered cuts along the edges.

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