To attach oak veneer in oak kitchen cabinets adds value and elegance. As one part of cabinetry engineering and design involving modules, individual cabinet’s exposed sides have a finish of faux wood vinyl coating. Hardwood and finished fronts of every cabinet extend more than edge of cabinet sides one quarter-inch, creating one lip, which accommodates an option to attach one hardwood veneer. By adding veneer like this increases overall quality of a project.
Measure ends of cabinet, which you want to cover. Measure both width and height. Adjust table saw guide’s fence for matching measured width and cut panel with wood grain and it needs to be parallel to blade. Adjust table saw guide’s fence for matching measured height then cut panel with wood grain exactly perpendicular to blade. Apply wood glue in modest amount to veneer panel’s backside surface. Press panel in proper place against cabinet side by aligning all sides of panel with cabinet edges. Fill all nail holes by color putty.