3 Square Cabinet

This is one of my favorite cabinets. The basic shape is four feet square divided into nine equal sixteen inch square sections. It is generally mounted sixteen inches from the floor on various leg arrangements.

The flat square plane of the face is what makes this cabinet special. It is the perfect palette to show off unique grain patterns. Dyed quilted Maple was used in this specific unit, but the possibilities are endless.

The depth of this unit can vary from twelve to sixteen inches. Doors can be eliminated, combine or replaced with drawers, to create endless patterns to accommodate varied storage and visual preferences.

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