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Frameless Kitchen cabinets construction is a European way of manufacturing cabinets that has become popular among American homeowners seeking simple, more contemporary cabinet designs. In the first place Frameless cabinetry is sometimes called “full access” cabinetry because it offers greater accessibility by eliminating the face frame. Instead, it relies on thicker box construction for stability. In conclusion only full overlay doors can be used, with hinges attached directly to the sides of the cabinet box.



  • Doors:
    MDF core with UV lacquer coat on front side, PVC matching color edge banding.
  • Carcasses:
    3/4″ thick side panels, with white melamine on both sides
    Back panel with plywood picture frame for strength
    White tandem boxes with full extension soft close glides and 5/8″ plywood panels
    3/4″ thick adjustable plywood shelf with melamine on both sides
    Six-Way adjustable soft close hinges
    ABS plastic adjustable legs with aluminum alloy toe kick system
    Easy to assemble cam lock and dowel system