The Corner cabinet attached to the top right unit above the sink is shown in this photo. This view really shows off Judy’s choice of glass that was used in the door.
Earlier today I hung the new solid door that I built over the past couple of weeks and finished on Thursday. We are both happy with the overall look and color. They match the island that I built for Judy last year.
We looked at a lot of pictures online and in magazines before we decided upon this Arts & Crafts look. Having now gotten these two doors completed and the cabinet frames refaced, we will move forward with the rest of the kitchen.
To finish off the cabinets, Judy will need to decide on the knobs. Both of these look good, but the final decision has not yet been made. Then I plan to trim around the tops and sides of the cabinets with a half-inch square molding that will cover slight gaps between the cabinets and the ceiling and walls.
There are three doors in the kitchen that are wider than the rest. Each of the wide doors will have the additional center divider. The other doors will have just a single panel. The wide doors however seemed too wide to carry the large panels.
This last picture shows the corner cabinet with the door open, and the inside shelves. The top shelf is fixed, but the bottom shelf can be adjusted.