Flush-Inset is the most popular among expensive trends and high-end design with traditional face framed cabinetry due to the drawers and cabinet doors fitting within the face frame. It provides a seamless and smooth appearance from cabinet to cabinet. This is like picking the perfect undershirt that accentuates your fully unbuttoned, button-up shirt. It should be noted however, that the wood expands and contracts based on the seasonal weather and this style requires more maintenance than the ones mentioned below.
1/2" Overlay cabinetry is the most common with framed cabinets. This type of cabinetry receives its definition by 1/2” inch of the face frame being covered with the cabinet door and the remainder of the frame (width) being exposed. This is like leaving the top 2-3 buttons undone on your shirt – some of your undershirt is sure to be seen.
Full-Overlay is simply put by the cabinet doors and drawer faces completely cover the edge of the cabinetry box because it has no face frame fabricated and affixed to the cabinet. This style of cabinetry is also commonly called "Euro" or "Frameless" cabinetry Think of buttoning up your shirt all the way so that the under-shirt isn’t visible. There are many advantages to this style of cabinetry and has become one of the most popular forms of cabinetry ordered by Coastal Woodworks Clients
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