Creative people find ways to use up the smallest of spaces. Not limited to the kitchen or the bathroom, one corner kitchen cabinet adds a unique decorative touch to any home. This tool is also versatile in its uses to vary the exposure of the storage objects. However, the construction of a corner cabinet requires some prior knowledge of woodworking. This instruction is how to build a kitchen cabinet for display that does not require a closet door.
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- Measure the walls from the corner out, determining the depth of the cabinet. Then measure the height and write down all the steps.
- Draw the results of step one in 1.25 cm plywood and cut it. Make a cut squarely at the front end of the side panels at an angle of 45 degrees.
- Determine the number of shelves that you want for your corner kitchen cabinet. Draw them to the plywood of 2 cm and cut them.
- Make the spacing of the shelves as desired, and attach them to the side panels with screws 6 cm. Measure and cut two pieces of solid wood 2.5 by 5 cm to the height of the frame and make a miter cut at a 45 degree angle on one edge.
- Place the shelves of the kitchen cabinet to ensure a proper fit. Measure the space between them and cut two pieces of wood of 2.5 to 5 cm upper and lower parts of the frame.
- Glue the pieces of the frame 2.5 by 5 cm in the cabinet and secure them in place with finishing nails. Use the tip to finish hammering them. Let the glue dry overnight.
7. Attach the corner kitchen cabinet on the wall with screws, 6 cm and corresponding anchor. Use a level to align it.