The doors on the rest of my kitchen cabinets were constructed with stub tenons. But the pantry doors that I (finally) hung over my holiday break are 82″ tall and will get used a lot (the pantry shelves were built in part to house boxes of kitty litter); stub tenons aren’t up to the task. So, for these, I cut traditional mortise-and-tenon joints. The poplar rails and stiles are 3/4″ […]
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