There are two main types of cabinet construction in the kitchen and bath industry and KOKINTER CABINETRY offers both. There is no real advantage in choosing one over the other. It can be a personal preference, or one may fit better with the style of your home. 60-80% America market would like framed cabinets, while other markets would like to choose frameless ones. But there is no strict divid. Just depend on personel favourite and demand and the market preference.
Framed and Framless showing
Framed cabinetry there are typically two options:
Full Overlay – cabinet doors lay on top of the frame.
Inset – cabinet doors mount flush inside the frameAlso known as face frame cabinetry, this construction method relies on a 3/4″ thick solid wood frame for stability, that is typically attached to the face of 1/2″ boxwork.
Frameless box construction is sometimes referred to as European or Full Access because it offers greater accessibility by eliminating the face frame. Frameless relies on its thicker 3/4″ sides, top and bottom for stability.
Some Photos of cabinets
Both Framed or frameless structure of the cabinets can get these installation effect. In fact, there is no difference on outlook of the cabinets.
Package of cabinets
Flat(RTA) or assemble pack, according to your requests.