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Choosing the Right Cabinets Type For You
At Eternal Flooring & Carpentry, we have many cabinet options to choose, as well as as variety of types of wood species.
In full overlay cabinet styles, the doors and drawer fronts almost completely cover the cabinet face. This look enhances a contemporary, modern, or transitional style. The cost of full-overlay cabinetry is higher than partial overlay, as there is a greater amount of material used during manufacturing. Full overlay cabinets often do not have a vertical face frame stile between the two doors, which allows for easy storage of larger items.
Partial Overlay (also known as “standard” or “traditional” overlay) cabinetry was the industry standard for many years. In Partial Overlay, the door only partially covers the cabinet face frame, exposing large portions of the frame. Since the doors and drawer fronts are smaller and use less material than full overlay, this style is often used to cut manufacturing costs. It is usually seen in traditional-style kitchens
Finally, inset cabinetry is very different than partial and full overlay. In inset cabinetry, the door and drawer fronts sit inside of the cabinet frame openings, flush with the frame. It is the most expensive option of cabinet doors due to the high level of craftsmanship and different hardware needed to create the flush panel. Inset cabinetry looks good in traditional, transitional, and craftsman-style homes.
Kitchen Cabinet Style
There are several styles of cabinet doors and deciding which one is right for you and your kitchen could be overwhelming. Although some types of cabinet doors work best for specific design themes (for example, slab panel doors are the most popular choice for contemporary designs) many door styles can work beautifully in a variety of designs. In this guide to kitchen cabinet styles, we will look at the most popular styles that best fit the 3 Most Popular Kitchen Styles: Traditional, Transitional, and Contemporary.
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