A decorative wood carving.
A cabinet that sits on the floor that is designed to be covered with a countertop. Can have any combination of drawers, doors, shelves, or other storage options.
A cabinet with a face designed for another cabinet to cover the blind section. This allows all the space in the corner to be used.
A hinge not visible when the cabinet doors are closed.
A decorative support for a counter top or shelf.
A cabinet for use in a corner of a room.
A decorative molding that is attached to the top of cabinets.
Cabinet lines with the most available options including combinations of finish, style, and other features not found in semi-custom or RTA cabinets.
A method of corner joining that creates strong joints using a “dove tail” shaped tab and hole.
The drawer box is the structure of the drawer not including the drawer front.
The decorative front face of a drawer.
A wood product where pieces of woods such as fibers, strands, or chips are bound together to create an engineered wood.
A hinge that is visible when the cabinet door is closed.
A piece of material to match the cabinet style to fill gaps in cases where cabinets are not the perfect width to match the required dimensions.
The paint or stain that a cabinet is finished with after it is constructed.
Also known as European style cabinets, these cabinets do not have a front frame or stile. This creates a more open look and allows easier access.
A decorative finish that either accentuates the edges of a cabinet or creates an antique look.
The wood texture specific to the species of wood used to construct a cabinet.
A handle to open a cabinet door that is clasped around to grab. Usually attaches to the cabinet using one hole.
A section of cabinets and countertop not attached to the rest of the layout and is floating in the middle of the room.
A material created using layers. Usually a veneer attached to a structural layer.
A cabinet featuring shelves on a rotating base. Generally used in a corner base.
Medium density fiberboard. A more dense than plywood engineered wood product. Chosen for it’s strength over particle board.
The strip of material inside cabinets used to screw the cabinet into position.
A cabinet door with glass to allow the contents to be seen.
Cabinets with no walls behind then similar to an island, but a Peninsula is connected to the rest of the cabinet layout. Usually in an L shape acting as a room divider.
A cabinet door or drawer handle that is design to be reached through. Usually attaches to the cabinet using two holes.
The loss of shape of a cabinet (twisting/warping) due to improper installation and/or handling.
This door and drawer style has a raised center section that is commonly surrounded by decorative details.
A door / drawer design that has thicker material surrounding a recessed center section that is flat.
A cabinet line that has more choices than the basic RTA cabinets, but at a price point lower than custom cabinet.
A cabinet style featuring 4 pieces of wood surrounding a squarely recessed center panel. Creates a very clean and simple look.
Small wedges of wood to help level cabinets during installation.
A wood finish used to color but maintain the wood’s natural grain.
The vertical pieces of a cabinet’s front structure.
The combination of finish and construction that create the look and feel of a cabinet.
The recessed space under the front of a base cabinet.
A decorative piece that generally hangs below wall cabinets.
A thin layer of usually wood for decoration that is glued to another surface that creates the cabinet structure.
A cabinet designed to be attached and hung on a wall. Wall cabinets are also used in other places where a 12″ or 24″ deep cabinet is required.