2207 US Rte.12
Spring Grove, IL
Cabinetry and Door Style
The traditional style of cabinetry built in America, framed cabinets resemble a flat picture frame that is attached to the door front and can be made with a partial or full overlay. (Overlay is the amount of front frame that is covered by the door or drawer.)
Framelsss cabinetry relies on thicker box construction for stability and can only use full overlay doors. Frameless cabinet construction is a European way of manufacturing cabinets that has become popular among American homeowners seeking simple, contemporary designs.
Features doors and drawers that fit inside of the cabinet face frame openings. This type of cabinet construction gives a full view of the cabinet frame, with only minimal spacing or gaps between the cabinet components.
Great for displaying pretty dishes or creating a feeling of openness.
Classic and simple 5-piece panel that works well for traditional and contemporary design.
Simple and minimalist. Great for contemporary and modern interiors.
Center of the frame is raised. Works well for traditional and transitional looks.
Panel that appears to be set within the frame. Often less expensive than raised panel doors.
Variety of options include: clear, frosted, textured, seeded or leaded.
Best for achieving an antique or rustic look.
Cottage chic style where center panel is made to look like traditional beadboard.
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