The Illustrated Guide to Cabinet Doors and Drawers by David Getts
Design, Detail, and Construction

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Virtually every door and drawer variation that a cabinetmaker is likely to encounter is addressed and explained in full color in this comprehensive guide. Designed to provide tips for the professional woodworker as well as inspire the hobbyist, this reference focuses on basic door and drawer construction, including tips for creating tambour, frame and panel, flat panel, louver, split panel, and coopered doors. A door gallery is included, as are discussions of advanced door and drawer construction, including historical door and cabinet styles, edge banding, and working with solid wood and nonwood composite panels.

About David Getts

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David Getts has been a professional woodworker for over 20 years. He has published articles in "Fine Homebuilding" and "Cabinetmaker," He lives in Seattle, Washington.
Published November 1, 2004 by Stobart Davies Ltd. 186 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction