So let's talk shelves.
Specifically kitchen cabinet shelves, made of plywood.
How the heck do you make a plywood edge look like it's wood?
Well, it's pretty easy.
For the Momplex kitchen cabinets, we picked up Edge Banding in a matching wood veneer (to our plywood shelves) from our local hardware store.
It's about 1/8" or so thick, so we trimmed off 1/4" from all of our shelf fronts to give a little room for the edge banding, and then also some wiggle room for easily placing the shelves (we used adjustable shelves with shelf pins).
First, we start at one edge, and hold it a little past the front edge of the shelf.
The finished shelves can then just be placed in the cabinets, either fixed or as we did with shelf pins. We also cut the shelves about 1/4" less in width than the cabinet interior to allow for shelf pins and easy shelf adjustment, but you should always figure your shelf length depending on how you place them in the cabinet.
PS - for those blind corner cabinets, unless you have a mini helper, consider placing shelves inside the cabinets before installation.