CABINETS 2018-07-30T21:23:11+00:00

FRAMELESS VS FACE FRAMED CABINETS

Framed cabinets are simply cabinets with a face frame that covers the front of the cabinet box. It is commonly known as American Style or Traditional cabinetry and is measured in inches. The doors of a framed cabinet attach to the face frame itself, allowing more stability for the box creating a strong sturdy cabinet. However, you will have a smaller opening with face frame cabinets since the addition of a frame will slightly create less storage space for the cabinet box it comes ½ plywood box construction. Also take in consideration frame cabinets is less expensive and easy to install

Frameless cabinets do not have a face frame  it comes in ¾ plywood and are also known as “full access” cabinets, European Style, or Modern Cabinetry. A frameless box offers more ease of access and storage space by removing the face frame. Due to this, the box is typically thicker ¾ plywood box construction to add more stability to the construction. A frameless cabinet also has a sleeker look to it with seamless lines, and the doors attached directly to the box. Frameless cabinets are more expensive and is moderate not too easy to install.

Frameless Cabinets

• 3/4 Maple Face Solid Wood
• 3/4 Plywood Box
• 3/4 Plywood Adjustable Shelves
• 3/4 Plywood Finish Panels
• 3/4 Crowns Moldings
• 3/4 Toe kicks
• Inside Finish/some comes in Natural colors
• Finish outside
• Dovetail
• Full Extension
• Soft Closing Hinges
• Soft Closing Rails

Frameless MDF Cabinets

• 3/4 MDF Face Door
• 3/4 Plywood Box
• 3/4 Plywood Adjustable Shelves
• 3/4 MDF Finish Panels
• 3/4 Crowns Moldings
• 5/8 Toe kicks
• White Color Inside
• Aluminum “Tandembox” Style
• Drawerbox
• Soft Closing Hinges
• Soft Closing Rails

Frame Cabinets

• 3/4 Russian Birch Face Solid Wood
• 5/8 Plywood Box
• 5/8 Plywood Adjustable Shelves
• 5/8 Plywood Finish Panels
• 5/8 Crowns Moldings
• 5/8 Toe kicks Finish inside comes in finished colors as the doors.
• Dovetail
• Full Extension
• Soft Closing Hinges
• Soft Closing Rails