Yesterday I cut out the door panels for the under-table storage area. These panels were cut 20" wide and 24" tall from ¼" MDF board. This morning I drilled the pilot holes for the hinges, door handle, magnetic catch and catch plate. I drilled the holes on one board and then used that board as the template for drilling the holes in the second board. The task went so quickly that I only managed a few photos shown here.
I chose to use nuts and bolts instead of screws since the MDF board was fairly thin and I tend to have better luck with bolts in those kinds of conditions.
Installation of the storage cabinet doors went pretty quickly. I used my 24" level to assure that the doors were lined up properly and centered over the cabinet openings. Now to resume work on the last phase of the project: the wall-mounted shelves.