Continuous face frame for Built ins?
Hello, first time on teh site...not much of a woodworker, more of a weekend DIY selfer. I'm building some closets for my wife, pretty much have most things done (save for another paint job, face frames, floors, drawers, molding, etc.) but i am having difficulty with how to manage the face frames. They are all adjacent plywood boxes on a platform...i'm going to cover the plywood edges with a face frame, but i'm not sure whether i should try to make them as one piece (kreg jig, etc.) or individual rails/stiles, and then nail them to the edges of the plywood boxes?
I think it might be difficult to create one large faceframe piece, so I'm leaning towards individual pieces nailed to the plywood boxes. Any thoughts?
I'm sure this is an easy question, but I have no clue how i should proceed.
Thanks in advance!