OK Mr Trim, today is your lucky day, I am posting so you don’t have to.
The pictures are taken with my PDA, so they are not the best quality. This first picture is me still finishing some cabinet doors going into the laundry room.
These are step stools, bought at IKEA for the short people in our household to reach the upper cabinets going all the way up to the 9’ ceiling.
Working on the closets and pantry. We are using laminated solid pine for shelving. I finished these with a lacquer. I bought an HFLP for this.
Now here I could use some advice. Around the fireplace I made some build-ins. The face is solid Poplar bead board. I ran this in my shop and even made the doors out of the same stock to match the face. BUT i used 1/2” birch ply as cleats on the back and glued them on. This made the doors warp very bad. I want to try this again. So I will get some more poplar and match the bead detail of the doors to the face of the cabinet, but how do I attach cleat to the back of the doors and paint them and keep the flat????