Frameless Kitchen Cabinets
Have you decided on frameless kitchen cabinetry for your project? Your main choice (and possibly the most important) is whether you’re going with framed or frameless cabinets when choosing new cabinets for your kitchen. Framed cabinets were once the most popular style of cabinet in the U.S., but frameless cabinets have gradually gained a foothold as a nearly equal alternative. Modern and more contemporary, frameless cabinets are the European way to manufacture cabinets that has become increasingly popular in American kitchens. This innovative style from overseas has become more and more popular in the United States as an alternative to the framed cabinets that were once found in most standard American kitchens.
In addition, frameless kitchen cabinets and drawers are comparatively larger than framed cabinetry, giving you up to 15% more storage in the same volume as framed cabinetry. Frameless kitchen cabinets are typically called “full access” because they allow more accessibility by eliminating not only the frame but the center stiles between two cabinet doors as well. Mod Cabinetry are experts in Modern Frameless Cabinetry, in fact that is all we offer assuring you that you are working with experts in Frameless Kitchen Cabinets.
The Benefits of Frameless Kitchen Cabinets
Frameless kitchen cabinets are often referred to as “full access” cabinets because they offer better accessibility, thereby improving functionality. Without a bulky face frame, frameless cabinets and drawers allow effortless access to increased storage space.
Reliable, Sleek Construction
For stability, frameless kitchen cabinets rely on a thicker box construction and a full overlay door. On frameless cabinetry, the door hinges are hidden by default since they must attach directly to the inside of the cabinet box. This all creates the sleek, clean lines common in modern and contemporary design styles.
There are countless advantages of frameless kitchen cabinet construction ranging from visual to functional. Because frameless cabinets don’t have a face frame, you’ll see only the door and drawer fronts with no unsightly gaps or framing in between. Shelves are fully adjustable and not hindered by a frame, allowing you to customize the available room to fit your preferences. You can opt for open shelving without worrying about frames interfering with cabinet openings.
Mounting shelves is simple
Since there is no center stile to interrupt the space covered by double cabinets doors, you can slide shelves into the open cabinets without any problems. The advantage may seem insignificant, until you have tried moving a large shelf into a cabinet surrounded by a frame that limits access. This is why frameless cabinets are sometimes called full-access cabinets.
More room is available for storing things
Frameless cabinets are easier to store appliances such as food processors, juicers, and bread machines because there is no face frame around the opening.
Creates a sleek, modern appearance
An elegant, sleek look can be achieved with frameless cabinets with doors and drawers nearly flush-a look that is impossible with framed cabinets where frames are always visible. Choosing slab doors for frameless cabinets completes the seamless look.
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