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Just finished installing a fairly large kitchen with frameless cabinets. It was the first time I had to do "overlay" fillers everywhere (the face of the filler is flush with face of cabinet doors and the filler is undersized by an 1/4" to match the height of cabinet doors. Also the overlay fillers have an 1/8" roundover to match the edge profile of doors) . Cabinetry was all pre-finished
The way I went about attaching the fillers was as follows:
Is there a better way to do this? It was a bit of a struggle to get everything lined up nice.
Thanks for your time
I just screw a scrap piece of whatever flush to the face of the box anywhere we need a filler. After the boxes are hung I cut the scribe pieces and put them in place with thick double stick tape that matches the thickness of the bumpers.
Keku brackets from Hefele work well fit this application.
Is just leaving the fillers flush with the front of the cabinet a no no?