Great job David. There’s not a better way to learn than on the job training.
The hard part is remembering all the steps you need to take before starting.
(like figuring how its going to fit into a bathroom) haha
It’s funny, I just finished a white shaker style kitchen not to long ago.I know your client was under budget restraints, but just food for thought if you ever do another. On the finished end panels, I added some trim pcs to make them look like shaker style end panels and I covered up my screw holes with them. Killed 2 birds at a time. Here’s a pic. Check out the ends.