Sellers Home Drinks Cabinet

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If you have been following Paul’s work for Sellers’ Home, you will know that the latest series covers the dining area for any home. Having recently completed the dining table and six chairs, Paul moved on to building a wall-hung drinks cabinet from solid oak. Paul put this together as a course for cabinet making that includes building the main cabinet and then door and drawer construction with panels, dovetail joints, and mortise and tenon joinery. He walks you through every step to ensure a successful outcome, and the result is a beautiful cupboard that can be used for storing many things around any home or office.


  1. Sandy on 17 June 2022 at 12:00 pm

    This looks like something I need in my house! I look forward to seeing this project begin.

  2. Donatas Vainauskas on 17 June 2022 at 7:10 pm

    Hi, I was wondering why Paul never uses drawer slides (like side slides, metal or wooden) on his projects, are they unnecessary for this kind of furniture?

    • ehisey on 24 June 2022 at 8:24 pm

      I find them both unneccessary and a space waster for this type of furniture. Modern slides also seem to force the you to use a front overlay which I am not fond of. As to wood rails he has used them on some designs, but as long as you can have a support web you don’t really need either.

    • Benoît Van Noten on 25 June 2022 at 1:07 pm

      Paul uses drawer’s rails in the “Traveller joiner’s toolbox” because the drawers are at the top of an open space.

  3. Lisa Burt on 17 June 2022 at 7:24 pm

    So timely! I am just starting to design our bathroom remodel which needs a new vanity and medicine cabinet. This looks like the perfect thing!

  4. Sandy on 17 June 2022 at 7:32 pm

    I am curious, is there a reason for the door stops to be on the bottom instead of at the top? Looks like that would be a trip hazard when removing bottles from the lower shelf?

    • lcyohe on 18 June 2022 at 8:43 pm

      I’ve been “apprenticing” under through his videos for many years now. One of the best concepts that I have learned from him is parsimony – simple is generally better. Drawer slides actually add complexity: Side mount? Under mount? Soft close? Which slide manufacturer is best? Accounting for thickness of the slide? Slide failure?

      Nah…. All of my drawers in dressers, end tables, and cabinets are made using his methods and they slide beautifully smooth.

    • Ed on 19 June 2022 at 7:34 pm

      It looks like the stops are magnetic. Given the location of the handle, which is needed for comfort, if you place them at the top of the doors, there is a chance that the door would need to twist before the magnets would release. I had that happen on one cabinet door that I made. It isn’t a problem for the cabinet, but it doesn’t feel smooth, doesn’t feel nice. The door feels springy when opening. With the magnets where Paul placed them, everything will feel taught, rigid, and smooth. Just a guess.

    • Flemming Aaberg on 23 June 2022 at 12:21 am

      I use a circular neodymium magnets recessed into the bottom or top of the door stiles (or both) and the opposite polarity in the cabinet frame. That way there is nothing projecting above the surfaces. The magnets never actually touch as they sit 1-2 mm apart.

  5. Valentina on 19 June 2022 at 12:24 pm

    I truly would like to make this for the bathroom, as my autumn project. I can’t wait to see the following videos, so I can start planning the job, finding the wood and so on.
    I also would like to modify it adding a mirror between two cabinets.

  6. Matt Mahan on 22 June 2022 at 2:41 pm

    Love that inlaid banding on the frame! Haven’t seen that before. Looking forward to seeing this one come together. Am a little worried about a potential design flaw though: not nearly enough bourbon in there…..

  7. carlos reyes on 22 June 2022 at 8:03 pm

    Where can we download the pdf with the parts list and the plans?

  8. Matt Sherburne on 23 June 2022 at 7:51 am

    Cabinetry and drawers in one project. Frame and panel doors too. Hell yeah. Thank you.

  9. DB on 7 July 2022 at 8:39 am

    This is a really beautiful design. Thinking ahead, I’m hoping to build a small wardrobe. Would this cabinet be a good basis to build a wardrobe?

  10. John Verreault on 13 July 2022 at 7:06 pm

    Any timeline on when the drawings will be made available?

  11. Keenan Reesor on 13 August 2022 at 4:37 pm

    I watched the free drawer-making excerpt this morning—beautiful!— and was wondering why Paul chose to screw the drawer front on rather than lap-dovetail a single piece onto the drawer carcass. Does anyone happen to know? Thanks!

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