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Five Top Characteristic of a Quality Kitchen Cabinets you should know

Quality kitchen cabinets are something you owe to yourself, your family, and your guests. They will stick out if they are cheap-looking and sloppily put together — and not in a good way. If you're thinking about getting one for your house, we'll go over what factors go into determining a cabinet's quality in this blog.

What to look out for?

Selecting a style

Framed and frameless kitchen cabinet styles are the two most common types. quality Kitchen cabinets with framed doors and drawers are built, composed of a box and a face frame to which doors and drawers are attached. The frameless cabinet type, also known as European-style, lacks a face frame and instead attaches doors and drawers directly to the box for easier accessibility and a more contemporary aesthetic, but at the sacrifice of strength. If you choose a frameless cabinet type, make sure the box is rigid (at least 34 inches of plywood, not the standard 12 inches of particleboard). With a framed cabinet, you can achieve a European style by using a full-overlay door that covers most, if not all, of the face frame.