Applying Beadboard to the side of existing cabinets is an easy way to spice up a boring cabinet. (Old or New) Often times, cabinets will have a 1/4″ or more "lip" on the side of the cabinet where the faceframe sticks out farther than the cabinet side. Cabinets are built like this so there's something
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Beadboard cabinet doors can be made from composite materials such as MDF, and there are several manufacturers that offer plywood beadboard. This plywood beadboard is used widely for paneling or wainscoting, but can be easily adapted to beadboard cabinet door applications.
One alternative to the smooth, flat Shaker insert is a kitchen cabinet door with a beadboard style wood insert. The grooved beadboard imparts a rustic or country feel to the kitchen , and it pairs well with kitchens that have apron or farmhouse-style sinks .
Maximum width available for doors is 24" Doors under 7" wide will automatically have 1.875" stiles Doors under 6" wide will automatically be converted to a SLAB (i.e. not a frame and panel door) Shaker Bead Board Inset Panel Cabinet Door Shaker Beadboard Inset Panel Edge Details: Outside= #17 (Eased edge by hand) Inside= #3 (Shaker Inside detail) Inset Panel= #14 (3/8" thick inset panel with beadboard detail at 2.5" on center)
Run a light bead of wood glue around the perimeter of the doors and drawers. Place the beadboard on the front. Use a pin nailer to shoot pin nails through the beadboard, spacing the nails 6 inches