Cabinetry - Kitchen and Bath

15 hrs           $250

(+ $125 f/materials)

Book a Scheduled Class

Day 1:  Mon, Feb 18

Day 2:  Wed, Feb 20

Day 3:  Wed, Feb 27

Day 4:  Wed, Mar 6

Day 5:  Wed, Mar 13

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Class Description

Learn Cabinetry basics by building an upper or lower base cabinet for Kitchen or Bath. An end panel cabinet with a drawer and a door teaches you quite a lot about cabinetry.  Choose an ‘upper’ and attach crown molding, or choose a lower and learn to attach toe-kicks and counter-tops.  Includes affixing hinges and drawer slides and adjustable shelf supports; plus, laminate countertop and end panel. 

15”x24”x12”  (Width x Height x Depth)  (Drawer holds 8 ½ x11 paper)

5 DAYS         6pm - 9pm            $250      (+- $125 f/ materials)                  4-6 people 

Day One:

  • project overview

  • plans / layout / cut sheet

  • story pole – (all your key measurements f/ a 15” x 24”x12”deep cabinet)

Day Two:

  • making the boxes

  • making the face frame

  • assembly and shelf edge

Day Three:

  • drawer  joinery

  • mount drawer hardware and install to fit

Day Four:

  • door construction and joinery

  • hinge boring – mounting and adjust

  • make and affix drawer front

  • begin finish application

Day Five:

  • crown molding / toe kick

  • make laminate counter top

About the Instructor

With John Shinneman as your guide with his 38 years of furniture joinery and shop machinery expertise at your service.

How to Get Here & Where to Stay:

We’re in-town with many choices for lodging, stores, and restaurants, all within a 5 minute walk through our little Seaside Village.   There are airport shuttles, Lyft/Uber/Taxi, and a popular free bus system.  A car is unnecessary here.  Recommending a place to stay (there are plenty to choose from) is difficult as they range greatly in price and accommodations, from B&B, Motel, Inn, and Air B&B/VRBO.  Let Google be your guide.   

The Learning Lab’s Wood Shop is located behind Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (WICA), and behind the Children’s Theater, and behind the Island Dance Theater.  The address is 723 Camano Avenue in Langley WA (commonly known as the old Langley Middle School) and parking for the Wood Shop is best on the West side of the campus in what is now The South Whidbey Community Center.

Class Policies, Liability Waiver, & Cancellations:

When a class is reserved by you, you may CANCEL the class up to 10 business days prior to the day of the class for a full refund (minus a $25 fee that covers credit card processing fees and administrative work). Cancellations less than 10 business days prior will be given a refund (less $25) if we can find someone else to fill your place.  If we cancel a class for any reason, a full refund of any paid-in-advance funds will be returned to registrants.  Participants may be asked to sign a WAIVER of liability in which they take responsibility for their safety, represent they are not sensory impaired, have no medical conditions of which our Staff ought to be aware, are knowledgeable of and will abide by Shop SAFETY rules, and they are representing they can physically, knowledgeably, and safely operate the tools of the Shop.  

The Learning Lab is comprised of The Wood Shop, The Kitchen,

and The Garden/Greenhouse and located in the new South Whidbey Community Center

(old Middle School) and just behind WICA

 Sponsored by:   Living Design Foundation  a 501(c)(3)

723 Camano Ave. Langley WA 98260

Tel: 970-381-4091