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Well, that's not really the outside I expected. That is protected outside, not full force outside. Not sure how humid it is up there but heat and cold have little to do with wood movement and humidity has everything to do with it. When it expands you plane the edge until it fits. You keep doing it until it doesn't do it anymore and then you are all set.

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I did the tile when it was 15 degrees outside....the wood work is western cedar...cope and stick w' 1/2 inch glued up panels.
All framed with USG metal studs covered with durock for future rock panels by realstone.
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this is the pavilion I built last summer... the cedar is a something new for me. A learning experience.
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Thanks for all the help, everyone. I had an epiphany last night with my kitchen design so I'm back to designing.
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Back to the drawing board

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Inset cabinets lose about the same amount of space as framed cabinets with full overlay doors. Inset my or may not lose a little bit of drawer length depending on how they're made. Flameless cabinets can be considered to have full overlay doors. So every cabinet makers thinking is totally different as per the size and based on yiour kitchen.
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