Frameless cabinets give kitchens a distinctly European style. Unlike traditional American cabinetry, frameless models are built without rails or stiles for a contemporary look. Brothers Cabinetry Company makes its frameless cabinets in-house from the finest quality materials. From expert design and craftsmanship to white glove planning and installation, they’ll deliver your new custom kitchen — hassle-free.
What is a frameless cabinet?
Frameless cabinets — also known as faceless or European frameless cabinets — are popular in top kitchens worldwide. Constructed without frames, doors and drawers sit flat against cabinet boxes, and hinges are invisible creating a smooth aesthetic.
Advantages of European Frameless Cabinets
The professionals at Brothers Cabinetry will help you weigh the pros and cons of European frameless cabinets.
• Easy-to-mount Shelves
With no center post between double cabinet doors, shelves slide in effortlessly. Raising, lowering and adding new shelving as your needs change is frustration-free.
• More Storage Space
A frameless cabinet has no lip or stiles. The interior space is free of obstructions. Remove and replace heavy appliances safely — nothing interferes with their fit. Frameless cabinet drawers are wider than average and boast ample space for the latest gadgets.
• Seamless Style
Frameless cabinetry gives any room an elegant, polished feel. Front options include conventional and slab doors. Trendy materials, like glass and metal, require frameless construction and Brothers Cabinetry Company carries a full selection.
• Open Shelving Option
Frameless cabinets are functional with or without doors — nothing detracts from their beauty. Open shelves make a room feel less crowded and can be used to display colorful décor. Doors may be added or removed for a change in style on-demand.
Disadvantages of Frameless Cabinetry
Frameless cabinets are attractive, but they have minor structural disadvantages.
• Delicate Construction
The frames on traditional cabinets reinforce the walls, contributing to their structural integrity. Frameless versions may be slightly less durable but Brothers Cabinetry Company will assist you in selecting materials that meet your long-term needs.
• Less Reliable Hinges
The hinges on a frameless cabinet are mounted to the interior wall. Ready-to-assemble cabinets made of lesser-quality materials allow hinges to sag, requiring periodic readjustments for symmetry. The better materials used by Brothers Cabinetry Company keep hinges secure — or choose an open design that eliminates the need for hardware entirely.
• Complex Installation
Frameless cabinetry is less forgiving to install than conventional cabinets. If the floor, ceiling or walls in your kitchen aren’t level, cabinets may appear off square. Our professional installers, however are trained to work with any room for perfect results.
• Higher Cost
Many of the luxury finishes coveted for frameless cabinets are more expensive than wood and add to your project’s total cost. Brothers Cabinetry Company offers high-quality options for every budget.
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