Inset Door Cabinets
The door of the cabinet is of particular interest when planning for inset cabinetry. Inset doors come from traditional English styles, and there is a bit of poise and history to the art of inset door cabinets. They can be made to sit exactly within the frame, appearing to be one singular flat surface.
These cabinets are the way to go if you are interested in a full view of your cabinet frame. It can offer a lot of spacing between each cabinet, without actually sacrificing the amount of storage space you have inside. This type of cabinetry is flush against the frame, filled with features that can completely transform the kitchen as you know it.
And no, it doesn’t stop there; they can work to complement the rest of your home by giving that look of sleekness and modernity. That’s right; even though they’ve been popular home additions for centuries, there is something surprisingly modern about the way inset cabinets look!
Inset Shaker Cabinets
Inset shaker cabinets are handcrafted for timelessness. They combine historical and contemporary styles by offering flat panels to align perfectly flush within the frame. There is no bevel on the frame either, so you know you are getting a straight fit. They have five-piece doors as their most distinctive feature, with a bit of decorative crown moulding around it. These five-piece doors can either come with five-piece drawers, slab drawers, or partial overlay drawers. The name comes from the religious community in the United States, the Shakers, who took a lot of pride in their value of simple things. It’s a classic and elegant design!
Mission-style cabinets are another distinctive style that was born out of the Arts and Crafts style, in combination with the Spanish Mission styles. It is another simplistic style, just like the Shakers, but with more angular shapes. The fixtures attached to the drawers are elegant yet unadorned, creating beauty out of something common. You can add a simple stain or something like a custom finish to accent the lighter or darker hues around the kitchen.