I'm wondering (always gets me in trouble) why not 'create' some partition and then make two doors. Maybe using fiberglass that was cut out to widen the opening, as a divider/separator. Hubby wants to use a wooden brace, attach fiberglass (cut from the opening), to retain the uniform look of the Casita. Need some feedback especially 'what's wrong with this idea'? (?????)
has upper cabinets with these little openings in them, too, but I've noted the 3" wide verticals in between the doors all have a 1x1 wood member backing them. Makes me wonder whether there is a structural component to the design that helps support the floor of the cabinet and prevent sag.
When we decided to replace the ugly fake wood Scamp
cabinets over our dinette with something that matched our fiberglass kitchen cabinets I built new cabinets from 1/4" birch plywood and 1x2 & 2x2 lumber.
now with a door
How to get that rounded edge look.
To get a good color match I took a scrap of fiberglass to the paint
department and had them mix up a glossy paint
to match. THe new cabinets aren't exactly
the same white and they're not quite
as glossy as the actual fiberglass cabinets, but it's close enough that neither of us really notices. They just kinda blend in.