Frameless cabinets are constructed such that the cabinet door attaches directly to the side wall of the cabinet. This means that when the cabinet doors are closed, there is no reveal or surround around the door. For this reason, a frameless cabinet often provides you with a more contemporary, cleaner, and more minimal appearance than a framed cabinet, which has a varying degree of reveal depending on where the cabinet door is hung.
A framed cabinet may have one of three choices for doors: a full overlay, which means the door covers the reveal completely; a semi-overlay, which gives a small reveal; and an inset door, which means that the door fits inside the reveal, which entirely frames the door like a picture frame.
In most cases, frameless cabinets are used with contemporary-style doors, like slab or Shaker, to help complement the cleaner design. Framed cabinets have more options and are more likely to have doors with raised panels and decorative features.
FRAMELESS DOOR STYLES:
These are just a few samples of what we have available from our selection. We also carry a variety of real wood solid and veneer slab doors to choose from.
Please visit our showroom to see all our cabinet door styles and finishes.