Cabinet Styles

There are many ways of building face-frame cabinets.  Below are three sample cabinets we have prepared for customers that show the more common types.  

The center cabinet is a partial overlay cabinet in knotty alder with fingerpull edges on the doors and drawer fronts.   The space between the door and drawer is wide enough to slip your finger in and open the door without the need for pulls or knobs.

With the maple cabinet on the left, we have a more modern look where the space between door and drawer front is 1/4″.  This style requires that the plank-style door has a pull or knob, and it minimizes the amount of visible faceframe.

On the right is a flush inset style cabinet in knotty pine.   This particular sample was prepared for a historic mountain cabin where we were asked to replicate some existing artwork in our finish.


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