Using end skins to cover vertical seams that result when you place cabinets back to back or stacked on top of each other. Makes the cabinet look like one larger unit instead of two joined units

2 thoughts on “Using End Skins to Hide Joined Cabinet Seams

    1. In some species, we can do a short grain (96″ wide x 48″ tall) veneer. Otherwise, you would need to put two pieces side x side and cover the seam with a batten molding.

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