CONSTRUCTION STYLE / METHOD
Standard Face Frame Cabinets
Frameless or European Cabinets
On a frameless cabinet, cabinet doors and drawers are mounted adjacent to each other with minimal spacing in between, creating a seamless look throughout the entire space.
Door hinges are hidden entirely. The only hardware to be seen are the cabinet pulls or knobs. This style is typically seen in more modern design; however, the wide range of door designs, molding styles, and finish options make frameless cabinets suitable for any design. Call or contact us for a free consultation on which style works best for you.
Inset Face Frame Cabinets
This fully exposes the front frame of the cabinet, allowing the full beauty of the cabinetry to show through.
Inset face frame cabinets feature clean lines with flush doors and drawers. Concealed or exposed hinges can be used to create the look you are most attracted to. The look can be further refined by adding moldings within the inside of the face frame opening for an added touch of detail. Depending on the finish, hardware and door style, the final look can range from antique to modern.
Layout / Virtual and Onsite Estimates
- What are the pros and cons of in person vs virtual estimates?
- A Tutorial on Virtual Estimate Requests
- The benefits of In Studio vs In Home Consultations
- How to be prepared for any type of estimate.
- Properly prepare a sketch layout in no time