Probably the fastest and most dramatic way to makeover the look of your kitchen is to replace the cabinet doors. And, if you have a table saw and a few clamps, you can inexpensively create cove-style raised panel cabinet doors following these free woodworking plans.
We recommend this alteration only for frame-and-panel cabinet doors, where you can replace the inset wood panels with glass. Converting the two doors shown here took about two hours.
Hide wires, pipes, and insulation behind these lift-up ceiling panels that slip into a concealed steel grid. The panels are easy to assemble – and even easier to remove.
The tablesaw and a couple of jigs are all you need to make excellent frame and panel doors and cabinet parts. This table saw frame and panel jig does the job safely and precisely.
Step-by-step instructions for installing beautiful tongue-and-groove wainscot right over your existing drywall or plaster.