Cabinet and Door Styles
In designing every kitchen, we consider both the cabinet style and the door style.
Both are of equal importance in the overall finished look and feel of your new kitchen, bath, or office.
Standard Cabinet Styles
Flush Inset Face Frame
Doors are integrated into the interior of the cabinet frame, so that when closed they’re in the same vertical plane as the frame.
Beaded Inset Face FrameA high level of quality and craftsmanship
Hand fit beading surrounds each door and drawer front opening to create a smooth edge. Doors and drawer fronts sit inside the face frame.
Full Overlay Face FrameA 20th Century Standard
Frameless /Full AccessContemporary with a European feel
Cabinets have no face frame. Doors mount directly to the cabinet walls, so interiors have a “wide open” feel when the doors are open.
Standard Door Styles
These represent our most popular door styles. Many others are available and will be discussed at your consultation.
Mid Century Style Doors
Stylish and timeless
Characterized by streamlined shapes and light natural wood finishes, often without handles or pulls
Flat Panel Doors / Savoy
Sleek and modern
An excellent choice for modern designs with a sleek and contemporary look
Arts & Crafts / Mission
Simple and functional
A classic style that emphasizes the wood grain, overlain with narrow intersecting wood strips
Oxford Shaker / Straight Shaker
Both classic and timeless
Simple, clean-lined design with a recessed panel in the center
Durham Shaker / Bevel Rail
Warmth and sophistication
A center recessed panel with a thin, beveled edge
Andrew has custom-made a bathroom vanity, our kitchen cabinetry, and two large storage benches. We receive compliments regularly on these items. They are solidly built and handsome additions to our home. Andrew is easy to work with: responsive, cheerful, and full of great ideas to make a project work best for you.