Cabinetry is usually divided into two categories — Framed and Frameless.
So, what’s the difference?
Framed has been the traditional method in the US for the "frame" face frame. The front of the cabinet has a 1 1/2 inch frame, similar to a flat picture frame. The door is attached to the frame, adding dimension to the front of the door.
Frameless (shown on right) allows full access to the interior of the cabinet with its European-style design.
More access=better storage.
What are the benefits to framless cabinetry?
Frameless design allows more accessibility to the interior storage.
With no face frame, the cabinet ends are automatically flush.
A larger opening also allows for a wider drawer box in a frameless cabinet, as opposed to a framed cabinet of the exact same width.
More design & style options are available with frameless construction.
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