Overlays

standard

These are face frame cabinets with a 1 ¾” wide frame. The drawer fronts and doors overlay the face frame by 1” leaving ¾” of the face frame revealed. The exception is the space between the drawer front and door where there is only a ¼” gap.

full overlay

These are face frame cabinets with a 1 ½” wide frame. The drawer fronts and doors overlay the face frame by 1 ¼” leaving a ¼” of the face frame revealed.

flush inset

These are face frame cabinets with a 1 ½” wide frame. The drawer fronts and doors are recessed back into the openings in the face frame putting everything in the same plain (flush). The full 1 ½” width of the face frame will be visible.

Beaded flush inset

These are face frame cabinets with a 1 ¼” wide frame. Also, there is a bead trim piece around the perimeter of the drawer and door openings. The drawer fronts and doors are recessed back into the openings in the face frame putting everything in the same plain (flush). The full 1 ¼” width of the face frame and bead will be visible.

frameless

There is no face frame only the ¾” thick plywood box. The drawer fronts and doors will overlay 11/16” leaving only a 1/16” reveal of the face, showing a nice clean look.