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When we were making this decision, I think Andy was quietly praying and crossing his fingers-toes-heart that we would settle on full overlay doors, because building inset doors is very, very tough. Turns out that inset doors are also normally very expensive, which means that without meaning to, I accidentally really prefer them, which also means that crossing your fingers-toes-heart did not accomplish much for Andy.
Shaker-style doors are made of five pieces: each of the four sides, plus the flat part in the center.
He had already built the face frame (the piece of wood that the doors will sit inside), so the ultimate test was to set the doors inside and see if it made a perfect fit. We still have to install the other doors, close in the top, fix the crown molding, and wire for lighting.

This cabinet is best made of quarter-sawed oak, as this wood is the most easily procured and looks well when finished. Inset doors sit snugly inside the cabinet frame, so you can actually see the entire cabinet box around them.
There’s no room for error because they have to fit perfectly and squarely within the cabinet frame. The top is placed in the center of the top rails while the bottom is put even with the lower edge of the bottom rails, as shown in the detail drawing. Before applying a finish, go over the cabinet with fine sandpaper and remove all the surplus glue about the joints and the rough spots, else the finish will not take evenly.

The door frame is mitered at the corners and rabbeted on the inner edge to take the panel. Suitable hinges and a catch, which can be purchased at a hardware store, should be supplied for the door.

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