Your choice of cabinetry will determine the style and atmosphere of your kitchen, so it is important to choose the type that best corresponds to the rest of the room. We at Pacific Kitchen Bath & Flooring offer a wide variety of custom-made framed cabinets in Orange County in more designs, colors, and finishes than you can imagine! We offer the most sought-after brands including Kitchencraft, Shrock, and more!
Framed cabinets represent a traditional style in American cabinet manufacturing and have become standard practice in American homes for decades. In framed cabinetry, the cabinet doors are secured to the frame, which gives the cabinet strength and sturdiness. Framed cabinets attach the door hinges to the frame face and shelves, and are usually, but not always, adjustable. Partial and full overlay, as well as inset cabinet doors, can be used with framed cabinets, giving you many design possibilities for creating a customized look for your cabinetry. This frame resembles a flat picture frame that is attached to the door front, giving added dimension to the front of the cabinet. If you’re seeking old-world appeal or a traditional period look, go for framed cabinets with door fronts made of solid wood. Framed cabinets in Orange County provide for a more classical appearance, whereas the frameless variety offers a more contemporary and European appeal. Come to visit our large selection of custom and pre-fab cabinets in our showroom in Mission Viejo and Huntington Beach.
Frameless cabinet construction is a European way of manufacturing cabinets that are quickly becoming a popular modern option among American homeowners seeking simple, more contemporary cabinet designs. Frameless cabinets are sometimes known as “full access” cabinets because they offer greater accessibility by eliminating the face frame associated with framed cabinets
In frameless construction, cabinets do not have a face frame attached to the front of the cabinet box. After they have been installed, all you will see are the flat door and drawer fronts, providing a sleek, simple aesthetic that can work with many design themes throughout the home. In addition, frameless cabinets do not have a center stile coming down in the middle of the two cabinet doors, providing easier access to the items inside, as well as more storage space to work with. As an added benefit, the interior shelves are typically adjustable. Drawers in frameless cabinets also tend to be larger because of the space saved by not having a face frame attached to the front, making them a smart option when storage space is limited.