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This plan will have a false drawer front on top, to blend with the other pieces in your kitchen and hide your sink component, while still remaining functional for the sink. We have already completed the Base Cabinet, Wall Cabinet , Pantry and Open Shelving Wall Cabinet plans as well as a door and drawer styling for a Farmhouse look.
This plan also just so happens to be very similar to (or exactly the same as) one that might be used in a bathroom. Please note that counter heights tend to run either 33" or 36" and that 36" is what you see most often in homes. If there is an area of your home you are looking to remodel, or create from scratch, please feel free to request plans for that area in the project suggestion topic of the Forum.
Showcase: Built From These PlansI am so honored each and every time one of you fine friends builds from these very plans! Saw - you will need to notch out the lower interior panels and the kick plate in addition to your basic cuts. Cut the interior panels to size as indicated: I have made this so easy for you in the way I have designed this. Don't forget both the outside panel above and both interior panels will be mirrored on the other side, so you will need to double the number shown. Attach the Supports, Notch out and attach the Kick Plate: The supports will run the depth of your panel and will sit flush with the front. Bruno (my husband) and I built these months ago using  and I just barely figured out how to use Google Sketch up to give you some diagrams.
If your bookcase is a different size than mine were,  make sure you add at least 1 inch to the width and depth. Circular saw or Miter saw <– this is the one I got from the contest I won and it is my most FAVORITE tool EVERRRRR! I chose oil-rubbed bronze hinges and spray painted some old knobs I had lying around to match.
I got a super smooth finish using the HomeRight FinishMax paint sprayer, which I will talk about more in another post, but I would never paint a huge tall bookcase without that paint sprayer! Divided glass panes and traditional moldings give these stacked cabinets a stately look, while wide sides create deep, ample display room. Learn more about this downloadable woodworking plan which includes step-by-step instructions, a materials list, a cutting diagram, and how-to photography. I will be adding a decorative toe-kick cover so my bench base 4″ narrower than the bench depth. This part is easy; set your base in place and mark where you need to cut out for your vent cover. During the past month or so, I’ve started from the beginning and read (and reread) every single blog post trying to soak up as much information as possible. This unit is similar to a standard double base cabinet in size, yet is quite different in construction, in that it needs to house a sink component as well as disguise the fact that it is housing it, at least from the front. It calls for double doors that will are slightly larger than what is required if the double base unit has a divider since we will want the doors to be wide enough to close completely without leaving a gap.


The farmhouse style, oversized basins that show on the front of the cabinet unit will be constructed differently and I will provide plans for that as well. I think it is easier and more cost effective to leave it open, if it will back up to a wall or other surface, and to allow for the plumbing to exist under there, without having additional surfaces that need to be purchased and cut to accommodate your pipes and parts. A 33" unit might be more comfortable in a bathroom or if you aren't of the taller persuasion (me) and in particular for a bathroom used by the kiddos and other extemporaneous folks. The skill set and the techniques will be exactly the same so we will have no problem making the transition! I tend to wander through drawing plans in a willy-nilly sort of manner, unless I have a specific need of my own, so your suggestions or requests are very welcome and provide me with a little direction.
If you can have most of cuts made by your hardware store, you will save considerable time (whether they will create these required notches for you, is a bit more questionable, but basic cuts are a likely possibility and hopefully a complimentary serviced provided). This tool simplifies the building process exponentially and allows you to make stronger connections than your typical butt joints would be and that are potentially hidden and don't require filling. Your face frame, outside panels (that are exposed), kick plates, doors, and drawers should all be as consistent as possible. We are able to recreate the same framework using multiple panels and leaving spaces between vertical pieces to accommodate shelving and provide the same type of support system that creating dadoes would provide. You will create your rabbets, dadoes, and grooves sized according to my spacing, as provided in the plans, and created by the different panel heights, lengths, and widths. Using wood glue and clamps will help you keep your boards together while pre-drilling, countersinking, and fastening. Even wood filler that claims it's stainable will take the stain differently than the wood, and will be visible. It will really matter in this project, when you go to attach the face frame, or hang a set of doors or drawers.
Secure them to the cleat and to the corner blocks and it will provide extra support for them. The bookcase units were a breeze to assemble, required no tools (except a screw-driver for only 3 screws) and are the sturdiest bookcases I’ve seen for the quality and price point. The actual body is an adaptation from her mom-plex kitchen cabinet base plans, if I remember correctly, and the doors are from her tutorial on Shaker-style cabinet doors.
Because the pocket-hole screws are on the underside of the bottom board, I use scrap wood, stacked to the correct height (17″), put the bottom board down, underside up, and side boards in place to firmly secure together using the screws. Attach top frame piece first using clamps (if you have a size big enough, if not you can always have a helper hold them in place).
I’ve been looking for a way to add closed storage to the bottoms of our bookcases and was so excited when I saw this post. In the winter I used to have to open all my base cabinet doors & drawers to allow the heat into the kitchen! We installed the Toe Ductor under cabinet ducting kit in our kitchen recently, and that works great as well.
It's also typically more functional to have one single lower cabinet underneath the sink with french doors in essence, rather than 2 separate cabinets, or doors that are separated by part of the face frame.
If you prefer to have one of those little tilt out drawers (not really a drawer, not a cabinet exactly either, but can't recall what these are called at the moment) instead of a having a simple and stationary false front (to hold sponges or scrubbers perhaps), I will provide a plan for that as well, and you will have the option. With so many options for decorative touches and styles, my hope is to provide you with an extensive collection to pick and choose from, until your heart's content.


Some sinks are placed in a kitchen island or alongside a 3 drawer unit on one side and dishwasher on the other, and we will cover those options too! I felt that if you were to have some sort of water crisis or pluming, pipe, or disposal problem occur having full, uninhibited access down there would be favorable. If you plan on building an entire kitchen worth of cabinetry, that makes purchasing materials in bulk a smarter option (plywood sheets and boards, etc), and if your lumber supply is known to make a mistake or 2 on your cuts, it is helpful to have a saw on hand, at home (even a jig saw will work) to utilize or correct and account for any errors. Different species will accept stain differently and differing grain patterns and colors (oak versus birch or maple) will potentially be very obvious, after you sand and finish. An un-square cabinet unit will cause a world of issues later so check throughout and correct if necessary.
Feel Free to link to any of my plans so long as you ONLY use 1 image and provide an ADEQUATE link back to the original source and appropriate plan!
I will be giving more information on them in a future post, but suffice to say I was thrilled to have a couple of bookcases for my living room! Latex paint needs a good 24 hours cure time before coming in firm contact with another painted surface, otherwise it will stick.
If you choose to purchase a anything from Kreg Tools I get a small percentage as referral compensation. Thank goodness for my very supportive husband who’s taught me how to use his tools over the past few weeks. I was planning to sign up, but I work full-time so the consultation hours don’t work with my schedule.
After taking a peak at the cabinetry in my own home it appears that perhaps I am on to something here since we don't have backs on any of the sink units in either the kitchen or any of the bathrooms. You can fasten the face frame to the panels, shelf, supports and the corner blocks to ensure a tight and secure fit (the bottom rail to the shelf, the middle rail to the supports, the top rail to the corner blocks, etc.).
Plans from this page are not to be used for commercial purposes or republished without the express written consent of Rayan Turner, The Design Confidential I hope to provide accurate plans, however, I cannot guarantee each plan for accuracy. I had been wanting to build some custom built-ins in my living room for awhile, and these were a great start.
I’m working on building window trim throughout the house and decided I really want to build a window seat with some type of bookcase on both sides. After your glue has set or you have attached the face frame to the cabinet unit, you can run a thin line of wood filler down the seam to prevent water entry and to disguise the attachment.
Not every plan that I post has been built and tested, so you are building at your own risk.
Next attach side face frame pieces, and lastly, flip the unit upside down and attach the bottom piece, making sure it is flush with the bottom plywood board.
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