We are a Houston Kitchen Cabinet Dealer for KraftMaid Vantage Cabinets, Bertch Cabinets, Merillat Cabinets, Kemper Cabinets and, Aristokraft Cabinets, all are proudly Made in the USA. Our cabinet lines offer a complete home solution from Kitchen and Bath Cabinets, to garage cabinets, mud rooms, kitchen bench seating, and even custom closets. We offer every style of cabinet made as well as custom built.
Types of Cabinetry
Cabinets have 4 Types of Doors
Doors and drawers come in four types: inset, traditional overlay, full overlay and frame-less, also known as European style. Each has a slightly different look and function.
Inset cabinet doors
The face of an inset cabinet door or drawer is in the same plane as the leading edge of the cabinet box. This very traditional look is from early America and is the most expensive style compared to other options. Small narrow barrow type hinges are the most popular and are mounted right on the face frame; the hinges are visible when the door is shut. BLUM brand concealed soft close hinges are also available. Each door and drawer is custom fit to each box. The boxes are 100% All American made 3/4" plywood with 1/2" plywood backs and i-Beam construction. The drawer is 3/4" solid hardwood dovetailed frames. This is the most expensive style of cabinet.
Traditional overlay cabinet doors
A modern upgrade from inset, traditional or partial overlay doors and drawers are mounted over the face of the box, covering the opening completely and partially covering the finished face frame. The aesthetics are that you can see the wide visible face frames, while some like this look, others do not. Hinges are typically frame mounted and visible from the exterior but can be upgraded to a BLUM style concealed hinge with soft close features. This is the least expensive style of cabinet.
The most popular and more modern door style is a full overlay, meaning that the door or drawer face completely overlays the box — it covers not just the opening but the entire face of the box. There is little to no visible face frame with these cabinets when the doors are closed. The advantage of the overlay door style is that there are very small gaps between doors and drawers, creating a consistent and continuous appearance.
Frameless Cabinets are also known as Euro-style, modern, or contemporary and typically come with a flat or shaker style door. They have no face frames and the doors are mounted directly to the box of the cabinet. From a visual standpoint, when all of the doors and drawers are closed, a smooth surface is created, broken only by the cabinet handles and knobs. From an accessible standpoint, frameless cabinets offer the widest openings, most storage area with no obstructing stiles or face frames. The boxes are typically made out of 3/4" plywood or plywood with MDF core to make them stronger due to not having a face frame for strength.
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As a retail and wholesale supplier, we offer a high-quality selection of cabinets and countertops. Homeowners, Builders and Remodeling contractors can select from the best brands in the country. All of our cabinet lines are Made in the USA.