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A routed groove adds interest to flat-panel doors, but finding a way to radius the corners was a mystery to me. This router subbase changes that. First, build a router subbase from 1 - My Easy Woodworking Plans

Trim Moldings - guide and info on what to keep in mind when choosing molding, for new and historic homes - via Remodeling Magazine

Moldings are meant to divide and separate a room into visually appealing pieces that the eye can digest and understand. These type of moldings have been around for centuries and will continue on well into the future

Anatomy of paneled wainscot and how to layer stock lumber and moldings to produce this classic architectural element. | Illustration: Gregory Nemec | thisoldhouse.com

TRIM DETAIL – How to bring out your home’s character with trim. How to layer stock lumber and moldings to produce this classic wainscoting.

Tricks and Tips for Better Built-in Cabinets. Part furniture, part trim carpentry, built-in cabinets require that you fit square projects into an unsquare world where walls bulge, floors tilt, and ceilings slope. We shadowed two experienced makers and installers of custom cabinetry to bring you simple tips and tricks that will keep your built-in project (and your sanity) “on the bubble.” Featured in the October 2013 issue of WOOD.

Tricks and Tips for Better Built-in Cabinets. Part furniture, part trim carpentry, built-in cabinets require that you fit square projects into an unsquare world where walls bulge, floors tilt, and ceilings slopes.