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Inset glass doors and pre-made cove molding are a couple of the distinctive features of this wall-mounted cabinet. And if you prefer to make your own molding, we've even included step-by-step instructions on how to do it.
With inset doors, the goal is to end up with an even gap between the door and the cabinet. Here's an article that will show you how.
Got a few extra hours? We'll show you how to turn a piece of pre-made crown molding into a great-looking shelf.
Installing crown molding may sound complicated. But don't worry, we've designed a simple jig to help make it easy. And we take you through the process, step-by-step, from start to finish.
Here's something that every woodworker can use -- more storage space. Our handy saw blade rack mounts to the wall and its unique angled sleeves hold and protect up to five blades.
This unique joint is similar to a traditional bridle joint with one important difference -- it has a built-in molded edge.
With its classic design and traditional joinery, this handsome, Shaker-style clock is sure to become a treasured heirloom. Ours includes a quartz-movement with real chimes.