Measure the width of each of your cabinets and mark their positions across the horizontal guide lines. For all cabinets that have attachment rails, drill a pilot hole through the rail into the cabinet.
When you are ready to install the cabinet, you will have the necessary screw holes visible inside the cabinet.
Butt the next piece of molding against the first and press the mitered joints together firmly (Image 3).
Secure this length of scribe molding using wood screws (Image 4). While you know that the material, finish, and design style of your kitchen cabinets will determine the overall look of your kitchen, it is also important to keep in mind that how your cabinets are made will determine the timeline of your kitchen remodeling project.
There are three main types of cabinets available: stock, semicustom, and custom.