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Measuring for Cabinet Drawers Boxes

measuring doors It’s not difficult to measure for cabinet drawer boxes. There are two keys to getting the job done right: overlay and hardware. You’ll find a helpful guide to getting the correct measurements below, but the best thing you can do to ensure your drawer boxes are the right size is to check your hardware specs.

After you’ve consulted the installation instructions for the hardware you plan to use, the first consideration is drawer overlay, which refers to how much your drawer fronts should overlap the cabinet end panels or face frames. If they shouldn’t overlap at all, you want inset fronts. You need to know whether you have overlay or inset drawer fronts to calculate your drawer depth. Inset fronts generally require slightly shallower drawer boxes.


Choosing Your Cabinet Doors

door choices You've decided that you want to revamp your kitchen by replacing or refacing your old, out-dated cabinets and are itching to order the perfect ones. Once you begin researching possibilities, though, the task suddenly seems daunting. Would stock cabinets fit your needs or does your project require custom-made cabinets? Finished or unfinished? Which type of wood best suits your unique style? What about edgy stainless steel cabinet fronts?

Before you get overwhelmed, get out a pen and paper or open up a new Word Document and begin listing your requirements. To get you started, consider the style, wood type, size requirements, and price-range you are working with.


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