Yes that was my arguments against the more detailed one - harder to keep clean and more vulnerable to damage. Your cabinets look really smart and well modelled by the dogs!Personnally my favourite profile is a shaker door with a chamfer on the top and bottom rail. Less of a dirt trap and pretty timeless in kitchens.
I personally prefer a more ornate and deeper profile like you (or your wife ) chose for cabinet doors. The bead and cove is my go-to.Thanks Stimpy. Sammy those doors look smart and the hinge pins look good where you have paced them - unless you could get them to line up perfectly with the bead - its probably best to leave the frame alone or else it may look a bit awkward.
Jar - thats professional kit you have there! - Ive been playing with a similar profile on my little router table lol - its the one on the left in my mockup image and is the one I've decided (or the wife has) to use for my doors too.
Yes I can imagine its time consuming in your position when operating commercially and you have to look at the economics of all you do - you'd be horrified if you knew how long it takes me to do each part of this build lol!. Its just a one off for me though so I don't mind a bit of extra time.I used to do similar. Same magnets, one dilled into frame one in door, very slightly off set.
As a commercial enterprise I realised it was costing me a fortune in labour.
I now use a really slick mag catch which looks great, costs a lot, but saves a lot of labour.
It's your kitchen, not mine. Your opinion counts not mine.
2kg or 5kg or 8kg, I mainly use 2kgBob, what kg pull do you use? the Hafele one's I've been using are 6 kg and I could do with less pull.