Cabinets


Brand new cabinets can make a tremendous impact on your home. Sometimes your existing cabinets are just fine and can be spruced up with a new finish or some crown molding.

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Material Options

Framed

Cabinet frames are typically 1 1/2 inches to 2 inches wide. Since cabinets typically are not made from solid wood, but rather from wood substrates, a frame can add strength and durability.

Frameless/Box

Also called Euro-style, box cabinets are frameless and have the doors attached to the side of the cabinets. Since there is no frame, box cabinets allow you to utilize more of the cabinet space.

Molding for Cabinets

Adding molding to your cabinets is a great way to improve the look. There are many types of molding that can be added to cabinets.

Types

  • Crown Molding
  • Light Rail Molding
  • Base Molding
  • Toe Kick Molding
  • Scribe Molding
  • Corner Molding
  • And more!

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Finshes and Staining

Re-purposing your old cabinets by staining, glazing, or finishing, is a great way to save money and still get a fresh new look..

Types

  • Finishes
  • Glazes
  • Stains