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Cabinet Construction

Faceframe vs Frameless

Face Frame

A face frame in cabinet making is the frame fixed to the front of a cabinet box which covers the edges of the box and is how the doors are attached. A face frame provides strength to the front of a cabinet and is also considered a visual feature of particular styles of furniture.

Face frames are a more traditional cabinetry and have generally been replaced by frameless cabinets.

White Melamine Interior
White Melamine Interior
Maple Melamine Interior
Maple Melamine Interior
PreFinish Birch Interior
PreFinish Birch Interior

Framless

Frameless construction refers to the construction of cabinets using engineered panel material usually melamine with a particleboard or medium density fibreboard core, or wood veneers on a plywood core. The cabinet boxes are faced with a matching edgetape rather than the wood overlay frame in face frame cabinets. Doors on frameless cabinets overlay the cabinet box to cover the edge.

White Melamine Interior

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White Melamine Interior

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White Melamine Interior
White Melamine Interior
Maple Melamine Interior
Maple Melamine Interior
PreFinish Birch Interior
PreFinish Birch Interior