Ana White - January 16, 2014

Cost of cabinets – for this cabinet we used up 1/2 a sheet of 3/4″ plywood ($10 for particle board or $35 for prefinished PureBond hardwood plywood) 8 feet of 1x2s in poplar ($8) and about 30 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws and then 1/6 a sheet of 1/4″ plywood ($3 for cheap plywood or $7 for prefinished PureBond) – 

So total cost made with Particle Board for 21″ base carcass = $21
Total cost made with PureBond Prefinished Hardwood Plywood (as shown) = $50

The doors we ordered through cabinetnow.com.  This door we used was hardwood framed, full overlay, raised panel, cope and stick – $54 and the drawer face $13.  

We used metabox drawer slide system = $8 for the drawer slide (and just 1/2″ plywood on bottom and back)

Hope this helps!
Ana

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    GERAL BONNY - June 28, 2016

    Good information about this cabinet Ana

    dejanira2 - July 25, 2016

    i am sorry but this should be removed as the 16,000 woodworking plans is a scam.

    Willie Erasmus - October 24, 2017

    Ana White

    Craig Wilson - November 26, 2017

    Mysecretblueprints.com

Ken Johnston - January 20, 2014

Ana White, you’re the Best! (And husband, too!).

DK Bullock - January 21, 2014

Very cool sir.  Watching a skilled tech in action always helps a person like me!  Thanks very much!

Helen Meikle - May 8, 2014

really informative video, the music is a bit off putting though…I’d rather listen to what you are saying 🙂

Stu Bee - October 27, 2014

Tip: Turn your nailer square to the panel instead of turning your arm for the gun to be in parallel to the joint. Angled Chisel point of pin nail or staple encounters changing ply densities causing a blow out. Square orientation the pin encounters consistent ply density and stays straight.

    Jennifer Fellows - January 12, 2016

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Pat Campbell - November 13, 2014

great video and good technique advice; thank you

    Ana White - November 24, 2014

    Thanks for watching Pat!  I’m glad you like it!

moises saldivar - April 24, 2015

Great video I like how you make explain it and make it look easy.

UtwoBed - May 6, 2015

Could you please demonstrate constructing a carcass for an upper diagonal corner cabinet?
Thanks

ApexTools - June 15, 2015

Great video and nice explanation!

codyq0987 - October 8, 2015

Thank you for this great video. Do you have the plan for download?

Vladimir Lopez - April 10, 2016

The one thing I would do different is not have the exposed edge of the plywood showing down at the toe kick. Great video think you.

jenny solorzano - April 12, 2016

thank you very simple to follow and very helpful

    Ana White - April 12, 2016

    +jenny solorzano Thank you Jenny!

drjim86 - June 19, 2016

This was extremely helpful. Spent the winter/spring building cabinets for my garage, laundry room and office. You saved me soooo much money and I am very happy with the end result. Thank you so much!

    Ana White - June 20, 2016

    That’s great, thanks for watching!

Chris Genesi - September 10, 2016

anna went to your site to get plans for cabinets, and server seems to be down. is there another way to bet blue prints

Black Kane - October 17, 2016

I’m not a carpenter..just enjoyed watching you vid…thank you..great job..

    Ana White - October 25, 2016

    Thank you!

Gianni P - October 17, 2016

Very very helpful video. Thank you so much

    Ana White - October 25, 2016

    Thanks for watching!

Painter josh - January 17, 2017

when building cabinets don’t you use glue as well.?

lareinecharlotte - September 17, 2017

Love your video. Thank you for doing it. BUT PLEASE: turn off that background music!! We don’t need that noise we are trying to listen to YOU !

Stacy Stalstone - January 18, 2019

I see this video is a few year’s old so you are probably not following it anymore. I just wanted to say great video; it was exactly what we were looking for. Our fixer upper has become a pocket emptier and at the time we bought it the kitchen was empty except for a sink base. My husband and i are pretty handy so we are going to try building some base cabinets to get us by for a few years. Thanks again!

Rino Friio - February 17, 2019

I lovedvyour process instruction.
You’re a lucky man .to have all that knowledge. Keep going. Thanks

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