Framed vs. Frameless Cabinetry… what’s the difference? If you’re not sure, don’t worry, you’re not alone! A lot of people don’t know the difference and we find that there is a lot of confusion regarding Framed vs. Frameless cabinets!

1. Framed Cabinetry: This cabinetry style is perfect for homeowners that are looking for a traditional, furniture feel! The rails and stiles form a 1-1/2 inch face “frame” at the front of the cabinet box in this type of cabinet construction. Sound confusing? To put it simply, this “frame” is similar in appearance to a flat picture frame and adheres to the cabinet door front. This method allows for added dimension to the overall aesthetic of your cabinets.

2.Frameless Cabinetry: Looking for something that is more contemporary? Well, frameless cabinetry might be your answer! European frameless cabinet construction has become popular among American homeowners because of their simple, contemporary design.

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Rhonda Thornton, Principal of Bloomsbury Fine Cabinetry, is an accomplished Kitchen Designer with over 17 years of residential kitchen design and planning experience. Bloomsbury Fine Cabinetry is a leader in design and manufacturing of truly Custom Cabinetry, specializing in the art of Bespoke English-Style cabinetmaking, built to with stand the test of time and trends. Rhonda has collaborated on well over 500 kitchen projects and has had the privilege to contribute her expertise to some of the most stunning homes and cottages in the GTA.

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