Drawer Front design (I'm stuck)
I've turned my son's closet into a wardrobe, only piece left to do is build the drawer faces and paint them. It's been over a week now, I'm stuck on the design for the faces. So here are some pictures of the room drawer pulls. The cabinet is painted white, the faces she wants painted brown. There are 10 drawer faces and four cabinet doors. There is no face frame to the cabinet. Its set in to the rough opening like a door with casing covering the transition to drywall.
There is no drawer hardware here, just boxes inside boxes. I cut 1"x28" strips of white Wilsonart laminate to set inside the the cabinet for the drawers to glide on. The drawer sides extend about 1/4 below the front, back and bottom of the drawer, to act as runners on the laminate. There is about 1/8"-1/4" play side to side between the drawers and the cabinet.
One idea is just 3/4" plywood rectangles with ~1/4" gap between.
I thought of using more v-grove board like I used to make the ship but my wife veto'd that idea. Too bad since it's been outside a couple of years so it's quite split and weathered. I thought it would have been a good look but she wants it painted pretty.
anyway, what other ideas do y'all have?