How to Build a DIY Travel Trailer: Kitchen Cabinets, Sink, Stove (Part 9)

Today I'm working on the kitchen cabinets for the Travel Trailer project. The majority of the build is pretty simple, just using pocket holes and face framing. But there are also some more custom features such as storage for a propane stove and a lower flip out door for heavy pots and pans. Additionally, there is a built in access to a foot powered water pump. And finally, a budget option for the countertop backsplash…. a $17 scrap piece of stainless steel from my local Industrial Metal Supply's remnant room!

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Joe

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