Base Drawer over Door Cabinet Assembly

Tools and Materials Needed

Dead Blow Hammer, Impact Driver, Camar Leveling Legs, Camar 15mm Leg Sockets, Blum Cliptop Mounting Plates, Blum Cliptop 110 Degree Hinges with Blumotion, Blum Tandem Full Extension Concealed Undermount Drawer Glides with Blumotion

Screws Needed

8 x 1 ¾ (4×45 / 26mm) Screw with Countersunk Head (Used for Cabinet Box Assembly), #6 x ½ Flat Head Wood Screw (Used for installing Camar Legs), Euro M6.3 x 13mm (5mm hole) Flat Head Screws (Used for mounting drawer glides), #8 x 1 ⅛ Modified Washer Head Screw (Used for mounting drawer fronts)

Box Part 1

  1. Lay the end panels on a level surface
  2. Align the drawer glides with the pilot holes, as shown above
  3. Use Euro M6.3 x 13mm (5mm hole) Flat Head Screws to mount the drawer glides in place
  4. TIP: check that all female Lamello P-14 Tenso fasteners are level and centered within their slots
  5. Make sure that the top rails and panels are placed with the finished ends facing out
  6. Line up all male Lamello P-14 Tenso fasteners into the slots
  7. Snap into place
  8. Check for flush on the front face

Box Part 2

  1. Place the back panel into the groove
  2. Keep the rabbeted edge facing out
  3. Set the other side panel on top
  4. TIP: check that all female Lamello P-14 Tenso fasteners are level and centered within their slots
  5. Line up all Lamello P-14 Tenso fasteners
  6. Snap into place and check for flush on the front face

Screwing the box together

  1. Fasten the cabinet together with #8 x1¾ 4×45/26mm Screw with Countersunk Head
  2. Follow the pilot holes around the top and bottom of the cabinet sides AND cabinet back


  1. Flip the cabinet on its head
  2. Place leg sockets into the deep 15mm pilot holes
  3. Socket tabs must be pointing toward the sides of the cabinet
  4. Screw sockets into place with #6 x ½ Flat Head Wood Screws
  5. NOTE: The one shallow hole is for orientation, indicating the front of the bottom panel
  6. With a dead blow hammer, pound the leg levelers into each socket
  7. Twist the bottoms to adjust leg height as needed


The squaring of the cabinet box is essential, before mounting the drawer front

  1. PREP
    • Start the Orange Release Handles in their proper position
    • Line up hash marks for center
    • Push grey tab tight to the box
  2. LOCK
    • Slide your box onto the glides, until is locks into place
    • To release the box, squeeze the Orange Release Handles simultaneously
    • Use the Orange Release Handles to fine-tune the drawer box positioning
    • More adjustments can be made after the drawer front is mounted
    • Roll to adjust side to side
    • Slide to adjust up and down
    • Roll to adjust depth
    • Rotate to adjust front tilt
  4. CHECK
    • Check that the gap surrounding the drawer box is even and level in relation to the opening
    • Thick Mounting Foam Tape can cause the drawer front to sit proud. This tape will be removed before the final drawer front install.
  5. SPACE
    • Use business or playing cards to create an even 1/8” gap across the top and bottom of the drawer front
  6. STICK
    • Place 2 pieces of double-sided Mounting Foam Tape to each end of the drawer box front
  7. PEEL
    • Peel and prepare to (temporarily) stick the drawer front in place
  8. PRESS
    • With the proper 1/8” gap, make the drawer front flush with each cabinet side and press into place
    • For mounting drawer fronts, use #8 x 1 1/8 Modified Washer Head Screws
  9. MARK
    • With the drawer front taped in place, use a pencil to mark guide lines around the corners
    • Set or mark your drill bit for the appropriate depth, and predrill into the drawer front
  11. ALIGN
    • Remove the foam tape
    • Partially insert the screws to stick out of the box & align them with the pilot holes
    • Use the pencil lines for reference
  12. FASTEN
    • Screw the drawer front permanently into place
    • Use the release handles and drawer glides for final adjustments if necessary


The Blum Cliptop Mounting Plate screws are included with the hardware

    • Find the pilot holes for the Blum Cliptop Mounting Plates
    • These are offset from the shelf pin holes
    • Fasten the mounting plates in place, with the arrows pointing towards the front face of the cabinet
  3. SNAP
    • Press firmly on the Blum Cliptop Hinges and snap them onto the door
    • Both hinges must be level with the mounting plates, in order to snap into place
  4. LINE UP
    • At the same time, line up both Blum Cliptop Hinges with the Blum Cliptop Mounting Plates
  5. LOCK
    • Place the “hinge bars” into the open slots
    • Press firmly on the back of the hinge to lock into place
    • Use the hinge screws to fine-tune the door positioning
    • Adjust side-to-side
    • Adjust up and down
    • Adjust front-to-back