By Lyyti Bakker. Cabinet Finishes. Published at Friday, March 01st, 2019 - 21:20:05 PM.
An inset kitchen cabinet style is characterized by a design in which the drawers and doors fully fit inside the cabinet face frame openings. Typically, most kitchen cabinet styles use the “overlay” construction in which the doors and the headers are slightly larger than the openings in the frame, thus they appear to be slightly raised. With such, the door and the headers also seem to be constructed in an overlapping manner.
Wood is still an option for modern kitchen cabinets. You need to make sure it fits in, however. You want a relatively smooth finish.
Some of the wiser manufacturers fix this by using a thicker box, using ¾ inch plywood rather than ½ inch particleboard, for instance. If you still want the European look on a framed cabinet, get full-overlay door that covers most or all of the frame.
Think about adding in new functional elements like lazy Susans and pull-out shelving. Consider even adding under-cabinet LED task lights for truly modern touch.
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