How To Make Vintage Linoleum Countertops Part 2
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A quickly put-together retro-style cabinet with salvaged hardware and linoleum top.Note: This is the second of a series.The third will deal with mitered and rounded corners.MeasureBe sure you take into account any desired overhangs at the front or end of a cabinet run (or table base) as well as radiused corners, and be sure you note the farthest points in all cases (such as areas along the length of a wall where the wall dips in), to make sure you don't cut your material too small.
Pro tip: Make a scrap piece at least 18″ x 6″ or so in size, performing all the following processes on it, so that you can test your set-ups.An accurate test piece is especially important when it comes to routing the slot for the metal edging.
Cut and scribe the substrateMake a pattern for any parts that need to be scribed.You can make a pattern from 1/4″ or thicker scrap.Lay your pattern material in position against the wall and note the size of the largest gap.
Here, the pattern fits tightly into the corner at left, but a gap grows to almost 1/4″ wide at the right side of the shot.Cut a piece of...