I really want to replace our overwrought, baroque cabinet doors with flat panel doors. I want them to look good but I actually like the look of plywood.
It seems from what I've read like I have to use some kind of manufactured wood for that or it will warp. I've been looking at formaldehyde free maple or birch ply and wondering if that would be a good fit. I think I'm looking for A-grade maple ply, right?
The uppers are 30" high, the lowers are 23" high. The largest door is 30 x 21.
The existing doors use hinges that just require two bores in the door and can line up on the cabinet frame pretty easily, so I'm not worried about getting the hinges right. (and I already know I need a
hinge cutter forstner bit and jig).
What else should I be concerned about?