White Shaker Kitchen Cabinets – Do you want to revamp your kitchen cabinets? It’s been weeks since my wife tells me she is tanned melamine. After taking out my tools, I had to watch the existing doors to find a new style. Then, I examined the hinges. Why? The answer is simple. With external hinges, so apparent, all the possibilities are offered to me. However, with invisible hinges, I will need to keep a certain distance (usually 2 ¼ inches or 2 ½ inches) to prevent moldings from affecting the opening of doors. To give a “shaker” style to your cabinet doors, several options are available to you.
You can add moldings, completely drill your doors using a router or make patterns in melamine. To do this, nothing simpler. Just go to the hardware store to choose one or more models, and then remove your doors. After designing a rectilinear template, remove the center of your white shaker kitchen cabinets doors with a router and a flute type bit. Then flip each door to make a back slot. Using a file, remove the rounder parts in each corner, to respect the style. If you want a finish that looks like the paneling on your cabinet doors, make a template and use a “flute” or “arrowhead” type router bit. Sand each groove well and use an artist’s brush to generously spread the paint.
In the opposite case, the inside of the groove will be rough. Are you tired of seeing your oak cabinet doors, with or without diamond tips? Use the same techniques as those seen previously or cut a piece of HDF to fill the center of your door, or even set it on for an inverted “shaker” style. Others will opt for new doors made of MDF or HDF (higher density). If you feel like it, you can even pick up the steps of an old hardwood staircase to make white shaker kitchen cabinets doors. You will then have to hover them, then use a “shaper” (grinding machine) to make a groove.