Beveled Glass Insert for Modern Kitchen Cabinet with Sweet Look
With these easy, step-by-step instructions, anyone can quickly and inexpensively transform builder-grade cabinet doors into beautiful, custom-looking glass insert doors. Remove cabinet doors, place existing hardware in a plastic bag and label doors and cabinets openings with painters’ tape, numbering them to make re-assembly easier. Remove doors from the cabinet and inspect top edge of the door. Each door will have a tongue-and-groove joint. First, measure width of groove on inside of cabinet then measure depth of groove on the cabinet. In example shown, depth of groove is 1/2-inch and width is 1/4-inch. On back of cabinet, mark doors in from the inside of the frame the depth of the groove. Use carpenter’s square to mark all sides.