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Cabinet Types

Cabinet Types

When choosing kitchen cabinets for a new home or remodeling project, we recommend that you start with cabinet type. 

In frameless cabinetry, thicker side panels keep the cabinet rigid without the use of a front frame.

Having a frame allows for additional design options by varying the amount of space between doors and drawers. The frame can also help support doors and drawers.

With all the options of wood type, finish, organizational accessories, and more, custom cabinets are restricted by only one thing: your wallet!

Flexibility is the name of the game when it comes to semi-custom cabinets. 

Formerly known as "bare bones" cabinetry, stock cabinets no longer offer only the bare minimum.

 
 

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