This picture shows the completed buffet. Oak plywood was used in the doors which matches the oak trim and drawer fronts.
This picture shows the top of the buffet. The top is 3/4" birch plywood with a 1 1/2" oak trim added for appearance and durability.
This is a view of a door more fully opened. 110° Blum® hinges were used to give wide access to the shelving. At the time of this photograph, the interior was unfinished.
This picture shows the three drawers and two doors open. The drawers have full suspension slides. Each drawer is rated as being able to carry 100 pounds. Now for the hutch!
Regretfully, I didn't take separate pictures of the hutch. Here is the overall plan for the hutch.
This drawing shows the interior dimensions of the hutch.
This drawing shows the placement of the Kreg® screws needed to attach shelving, partitions, and facing.
This drawing shows the door placement on the hutch. The doors were constructed using rail and stile joinery. The inside of the rails and stiles were mitered to accept glass panes. The glass is held in place by 1/4 x 1/4" oak pieces. Blum® hinges were used on the doors.
This is the plan for the buffet.
This drawing shows the framing required for the buffet.