1. Beaded Inset Vs. Plain Inset
SERVING MASSACHUSETTS AND NEW ENGLAND AREAS
The Cabinet Opening has a decorative bead on it. It is NOT part of the door, it is part of the cabinet.
The Cabinet Opening is plain and simple. In both cases, the door is made to fit perfectly inside the opening of the cabinet.
2. Face Frame Construction vs. European Frameless
A 1.25" wide "Face" is added to the front box of the cabinet. It is commonly used with the Inset Style design and also adds structure to the cabinet.
3/4" plywood box construction with a painted or veneer front edge - no face frame. Commonly used for a Full Overlay design but we choose to use a small face frame for our Full Overlay Cabinets.
Face Frame with Inset Doors
Doors sit flush inside the cabinet opening. It's a traditional style and the craftsmanship is appreciated by the people who choose this style.
Full Overlay Style
Doors cover the whole front of the cabinet, giving a modern and clean line look. You do not see the cabinet between the doors.
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AND NEW ENGLAND AREAS
3. Inset Vs. Full Overlay
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