Collection: Frameless Cabinetry Perfection
Frameless cabinetry is also called full access cabinetry because you have "full" access to the cabinet. Frameless cabinetry does not have a face frame going around the front of the cabinet like framed cabinetry has so there is nothing impeding into the interior of the cabinet.
Frameless cabinetry is a lot of the time associated with modern, sleek, European, and contemporary kitchens and baths however you can still get a lot of the traditional door styles with this type of cabinetry with the exception of partial overlay doors because there is no frame behind the door. With frameless cabinetry only full overlay door styles can be used.
This type of cabinetry typically has tighter tolerances meaning the doors and drawers are closer together. You will typically have a gap around 1/8 of an inch in-between doors and drawers where a framed cabinet will have about 1/4 of an inch gap in-between doors.
One of the great features of frameless cabinetry is that you get more useable space due to the fact there is no face frame making the drawer boxes smaller. The doors also have no face frame impeding in your useable interior space.
This type of cabinetry typically uses a thicker cabinet box so you get the same strength you get with a framed cabinet that has a face frame going around the front of the cabinet. The hinges mount differently than a framed cabinet, in a frameless cabinet the hinges attach to the side of the box instead of the face frame like in a framed cabinets.
We have a wide variety of door styles from shaker style options to solid slab doors and many more, stop by the show room to see what we have to offer.
All the cabinet lines we offer have standard wood dovetailed full extension drawer boxes and standard soft close doors and drawers.