How do you get the look of classic furniture feet on your Conestoga base/tall/vanity cabinets? Use a valance and customize it to your needs as well as create a matching base molding for the sides of the cabinets!

4 thoughts on “Furniture Wrap on Base Cabinets

  1. Hi, I have watched almost every video and just LOVE the attention to detail you provide. I’m wondering what style of inset doors these are? (not the top Left) slab door, but the other 3? Also, what finished is used on these? Last question – do you have a showroom in my zip area? 91001? Thanks SO VERY MUCH!!! Sincerely, Kim

  2. Hi there.

    Is there a video that shows how this base molding is secured to the cabinet? I assume you would not want to drive nails in the face of the molding.

    Thank you!

    1. Actually, that is the only way to attach it, but using a “pin” nailer instead of a “brad” nailer leaves a virtually invisible hole. Combined with some glue at the corner joint, it is more than adequate. Pretty much any trim molding needs to be face nailed, but matching color fill sticks and pins make the process and the result really clean looking.

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