Now on to more upper cabinets. In this picture, you see an upper cabinet above the bed.
How I make these is as follows: first I measure height that I want the cabinet to be. Then I measure the width of the space.
I then cut on the table saw, that piece of plywood.
Then I mark out where the openings are to be. Then I put the blade on the table saw all the way down and set the fence according to my measurements.
I put the board against the fence, start the saw, and then crank up the saw blade, thereby plunging it into the wood from the bottom.
Then I run the cut to the mark of my layout of the opening. I repeat the process on all of the marked out openings.
Then I take a small laminate trimmer router set up with a quarter inch roundover bit and roundover the inside of the openings on the outside face.
Lastly, I use a palm sander to smooth out those roundover edges. Then will come the stain on the face frame and doors attached that are stained as well. You'll see that later.