Frameless Cabinet



A raised panel system with eased style and rail meld together to make contemporary styling feel slightly traditional.

  • Style: Raised pillow
  • Color: Glazed walnut
  • Wood: Alder


When it comes to today’s traditional look, Camden is a popular choice. The beauty of Alder works concert with the styling of full overlay and raised panel doors to bring out the best. Bring these two elements into your kitchen space with the Camden cabinet line.

  • Style: Mitered, Raised panel
  • Color: Glazed chestnut
  • Wood: Alder


Hampton’s design is inspired by the contemporary beach house appeal. Shaker construction finished in a clean white lacquer for a sleek contemporary look.

  • Style: Shaker
  • Color: White
  • Wood: Alder



The beauty of our Lexington door style is in it’s elegant simplicity. The traditional raised center panel framed by curved pillow and bead molding, add unique details to produce an overall pleasant and warm kitchen environment.

  • Style: Mitered, Raised panel
  • Color: Cherry
  • Wood: Alder 


Madison’s shaker styled cabinets promise the richness of color and the simple touch ready to fit any decor.

  • Style: Shaker
  • Color: Espresso
  • Wood: Alder


Prestige’s harvest bronze finish gives the wood a versatile and expressive appearance. Its elegant but simple lines add warmth to the kitchen of your dreams.

  • Style: Mitered, Raised panel
  • Color: Harvest bronze
  • Wood: Maple


Sahara’s Nutmeg finish with a soft chocolate gives this classic raised panel a timeless traditional look an elegant touch with soft warm feeling.

  • Style: Raised panel
  • Color: Nutmeg with a soft chocolate glaze
  • Wood: Maple


With simple elegance, too beautiful to resist, and color hues that mellow with age, Toscana promises a cabinet system that can only be referred to as kitchen furniture.

  • Style: Shaker
  • Color: Soft walnut
  • Wood: Alder


European passion is the best way to define this door style. With a clean smooth soft texture, the medium grey finish gives this style an amazing elegance.

  • Style: Flat panel
  • Color: Medium gray
  • Wood: Walnut veneer over MDF core



European refined excellence at it’s best. Offering a High gloss Acrylic flat panel door, Artika is simplistic yet sleek at the same time.

  • Style: Flat panel
  • Color: High gloss white
  • Wood: High gloss acrylic over MDF core

Framed vs Frameless Cabinets

There are 2 broad types of cabinet construction: Face frame (also called traditional and framed) and frameless (also called european style or full access).

 Frameless cabinets

Framed Cabinet

A framed cabinet has a solid wood frame on the front, called a face frame.  The face frame is usually made of solid hardwood and of the same wood species as the cabinet doors. Each frame is composed of both vertical (“stiles”) and horizontal (“rails”) members.   The hinges for the doors and drawer glides for the drawers are attached to the face frame.

The existence of the face frame gives the cabinet extra strength. The face frame helps the cabinet to resist racking. Racking of the cabinet is the act of twisting or pulling the cabinet out of its normal square condition. Racking is usually caused by improper installation of the cabinets when the cabinet is screwed to an uneven wall or mounted on a sloping floor. Wall cabinets that are wider than 36″ also benefit from the existence of the face frame. Because the wall cabinet is suspended, the face frame gives the front of the cabinet extra strength to prevent sagging.

A framed cabinet can have several different ‘looks’. This is due to the many ways in which the doors can be hinged to the face frame. The doors can be mounted so that they are flush with the front of the face frame. This is an inset door. A door that is partially within the door opening is a ‘lipped’ door. Most framed cabinets produced today are overlay cabinets. This is an arrangement where the door and drawer front are completely over – or on top of – the face frame. The overlay can vary from a 1⁄2″ to a full overlay.  A 1⁄2″ overlay cabinet would have doors and drawer fronts that measure 1″ larger in height and width than the door or drawer opening. The 1″ would be split 1⁄2″ on each side and top & bottom. A full overlay door covers almost the entire front of the cabinet.  The face frame is still there, but you can’t see very much of it. These technical details give the different types of cabinets very different looks or styles.

Face Frame Frameless

Frameless Cabinetry also known as European or accessible design where no box is seen. The door or drawer front sits over the box [usually ¾” or 5/8”] and is flush with the frame of the box. There is approximately 1/8 of an inch of space between the doors and drawer fronts, both horizontally and vertically.  This maximizes the interior storage space of each cabinet. Frameless box construction does not mean less quality. Most frameless cabinetry has thicker sides than comparable traditional cabinetry. Full access cabinetry increases your available storage by 15% or more with wider drawers, wider cabinet openings and higher top to bottom interior dimensions. Frameless cabinetry also has the added benefit of having a flush bottom allowing for a more finished look and cleaner installation of under cabinetry lighting.  Frameless cabinetry is generally recommended in all applications where the client does not want to see the cabinet box.


Frame Cabinet Line



This simple but elegant door style evokes the beauty of the “Shaker” designs from a bygone era. With its clean lines and full overlay doors / drawer fronts, it fits equally well in a contemporary or classic kitchen design.  All the customer has to do is add the appropriate knobs and pulls.  Built in hearty birch, it is finished in our new “cinnamon” stain – a warm and inviting mid-brown tone that works great with a multitude of countertop, wall, or floor colors. Long story a little bit shorter, our new Salem cabinet door style and rich/new stain color allows for a tremendous range of design flexibility.


The Charlotte model cabinet is a beautiful Mocha Java color stain with a Van Dyke Brown glaze.  This classic raised panel, full overlay door, hardwood cabinet is perfect for contemporary and traditional kitchens alike.  Just add your drawer and cabinet door pulls and you’re all set! We stock every conceivable accessory and trim piece for this gorgeous cabinet color.  Your choices are only limited by your kitchen designer’s imagination!


This Vanilla Créme paint with a Van Dyke Brown glaze cabinet is perfect for kitchens where the customer is looking for that bright and open look. With a Valspar exterior finish and a UV interior finish, all our CHC cabinets offer unmatched durability and scratch resistance.

Both our Charlotte and Raleigh offerings include full 1/2″ plywood construction, full overlay classic mitered door construction, solid wood raised panel door styles, five piece drawer fronts, dovetailed drawer boxes, and self adjusting/full extension/soft close/drawer guides. There’s even 3/4″ adjustable solid wood shelves included!


Rich linen white paint, solid wood door frame with Veneer Center Panel, five piece drawer front, dovetailed drawer box, under-mount full extension Soft Close Drawer guides

  • Charleston Antique White
  • York Antique White
  • Saddle
  • Cherry
  • Shaker White
  • York Chocolate
  • Shaker Java
  • Savannah Toffee
  • Shakers Spice
  • Madison Cherry
  • Solid Birch Frame with MDF
  • Center Panel
  • Glue & Staple or Metal Clip
  • Assembly
  • Full Overlay Doors and Drawers
  • Under Mount Full Extension Soft
  • Close Drawer Glides
  • Concealed European Style Hinges
  • with Soft Close Feature
  • UV Coated Natural Interior
  • ½” Plywood Box with Painted
  • Exterior

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