There are a few different cabinetry styles that you can choose from for your home. Learn more about each option below to see which one fits your unique style.
Full Overlay Cabinetry
With full overlay cabinets, the door and drawer fronts almost completely cover the cabinet face, revealing very little of the cabinet frame between cabinet units. This style brings a continuous look that enhances a transitional or contemporary style.
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Partial Overlay Cabinetry
Also known as a standard overlay, is a cabinet is a style where the door only partially covers the cabinet face frame, leaving about a 2-inch strip of the frame visible across the entire face of the cabinet. The doors and drawers will overlap the frame evenly around the opening of each cabinet. This cabinetry style is one of the most common and traditional choices.
With this style, your cabinet doors and drawers sit inside the cabinet face frame opening, flush with the face frame. This style requires extremely precise measurements and craftsmanship to fit the door and drawer inside the face frame. This style typically requires exposed hinges rather than concealed hinges as well. With inset cabinets, you can personalize your custom cabinets with beaded or non-beaded insets to create your own look. The beaded inset is fitted into the cabinet door itself and is an attention grabbing detail that can dress up any cabinet piece in your home.
Once you have decided which cabinetry style is right for your home then you need to choose your door style.