I’m not a big fan of Lazy Susan cabinets. Nevertheless, every kitchen corner needs one. In the house we flipped we went with a frameless cabinet design and full overlay door which allows for a more efficient use of cabinet space and it’s easier to make. I decided to make all my own carcasses from the flip house kitchen but the doors were purchased from Rockler Woodworking. The doors and face of the cabinets were painted Night Blooming Jasmine from Behr.
The carcass is made of 3/4″ pre-finished maple plywood from Purebond which is a great product because not only does it give you that beautiful and durable factory finish on the inside, but it makes me feel better knowing that it’s formaldehyde-free and all sourced and manufactured in North America.
Below is a list of projects that have been publish or are to come in this kitchen renovation series. So be sure to check those out for more details.
Our Flip House Kitchen Renovation Series
- Frameless Cabinet Carcasses
- Cabinet Door Drying Rack
- Countertops (coming soon)
- Cabinet End Panels (coming soon)
- Spraying & Installing Cabinet Doors (coming soon)
- Upper Cabinet Crown Moulding (coming soon)
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How to build a Frameless 36in Lazy Susan Base Cabinet Carcass
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