First off, nothing has gotten accomplished on my pantry doors. Pitiful, right? Things move slow around here, folks!
But I did want to share a recent project that I’m doing for someone else!
I was asked to make some fretwork panels for an end table, which no longer had its original fretwork.
The doors were painted and then shipped to me. Once a design was settled on, I commenced cutting!
Here is the design that was chosen:
Once I had the first panel cut and tried it on for size, I discovered that the panel and the door had a gap due to the curved door frame:
So, I cut a wedge out of some 1/2″ MDF to fill the gap:
Which goes at the top and bottom edge of the inside door frame:
I want these panels to be easy to remove for future painting, so I will glue the “wedge” into place. The panels will be backed by mirrors, which I think I will tack in so they can be removed later.
Anyways… thought I’d share a recent project. The pantry doors await, but you know how I am with cabinet doors…
I hope you all are having a great weekend!