You can get design ideas aplenty by visiting any BORG or home center's
kitchen show rooms ... they'll even draw up some basic plans for you free
... as long as you don't tell them your building you own. Don't scoff at
this because their software and printed out plans can be very helpful
getting your own plans set firmly.
Then build the boxes according to established cabinet building methods from
guys like John Paquay:
John's little book is geared to the construction of the basic wall and base
cabinet. You can change the dimensions to suit your design, space and needs,
but the basic building block is the base and wall cabinet, and John's method
is first rate
Once you get the boxes built to fit your space and installed, the doors,
drawers and drawer fronts, trim, and add-ins will lend themselves to lots
I've been through it all ... holler if you have any more questions.
Last update: 8/24/03
Click to see the full signature.