Framed Cabinetry, Frameless Cabinetry & Inset Cabinetry
All of our cabinetry lines have have a vast number of options available and all three of them offer their cabinetry in framed, frameless and inset construction styles.
Framed cabinetry means that there is a face frame on the front of the cabinet. This "fourth side" makes a stronger cabinet but can be more difficult to achieve a seamless, streamlined appearance with framed cabinetry. With a framed cabinet, the door hinges attach to the faceframe.
Frameless cabinetry is also called "full access" or "European" cabinetry. Frameless boxes are constructed without a faceframe. This makes for a weaker, less-stable cabinet but it allows for a cleaner, more streamlined appearance. In frameless cabinetry, a door's hinges attach directly to the sides of the cabinet.
Inset cabinety is a special type of framed cabinetry. Inset styles are a traditional form in furniture making and we're pleased to present it as an option for your cabinetry. In an inset style, the cabinet door sits inside the faceframe.