Category: Cabinet Terminology

Types of Cabinet Doors: Cabinet Terminology, Part Four

November 9, 2016
The types of cabinet doors you choose has a big influence on the final look of your cabinets. Read about the differences between the most common styles and how to adding accent doors can make your new cabinets one-of-a-kind! Okay, so we’ve discussed some basic cabinet terminology, the difference between framed...
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Stock, Custom, and Semi-Custom Cabinets: Cabinet Terminology, Part Three

September 23, 2016
The third installment of our Cabinet Terminology series explains the difference between stock, custom and semi-custom cabinets. We hear a lot of talk about what is and isn’t a “custom” cabinet. As you can imagine, we have a pretty strong opinion on the matter. To help you understand the differences between...
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Framed and Frameless: Cabinet Terminology, Part Two

September 12, 2016
Knowing a few of the terms used to describe cabinet construction can help you decide what style will work best for your home. In this second article of our series, we take a look at the differences between the two ways cabinets are constructed: framed and frameless. So you’ve decided to get new cabinets. Awesome!...
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What’s that thing called? Cabinet Terminology, Part One

August 13, 2016
“I want the thingamabob on the doohicky to look just like the doodads on the whatchamacallit.” Yeah, even if you don’t know the proper cabinet terminology we can usually figure out exactly what you mean. After all, we have been creating custom built cabinet solutions for our customers for a long time now. No...
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What is a Shaker Door?

July 7, 2016
One of the most popular styles of cabinet doors is called the Shaker door. While there are several subtle variations on the Shaker style available, they all have their roots in the furniture produced by the Mount Lebanon Shaker Society in the 1800s.When deciding on the options for your new cabinets, an important...
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