Framed Cabinet Specs

These traditional face frame cabinets most often have inset doors, but can be used for partial and full overlay as well.  

  • The case is constructed of veneer core plywood with sides of 3/4", and tops, bottoms and backs of 1/2".  Base cabinets have a full dust cover. Tongue and groove construction is used throughout.

  • The exterior veneers are plain-sliced or better, and the interior is either clear white birch or maple.  The front frames are constructed of 3/4" or 1" solid lumber with mortise and tenon joints that are glued and stapled.  Doors are 3/4" or 1", with either Blum fully-concealed soft-close hinges or conventional mortised hinges of the customer's choosing.  A soft-close mechanism is installed when the mortise hinge is used.

  • The shelves are 3/4" veneer core with a solid wood nosing, machined and sanded as a small bull nose.  5mm holes in the cabinet sides provide shelf adjustment.  Base and tall cabinets have a 4" high, 3" deep toe kick.  

  • Drawer bodies are constructed of 5/8" soft maple sides with dovetailed joints.  Bottoms are 1/2".  Blum under-mount, full-extensionn, soft-close slides are standard.

full access (frameless)

cabinet specs

  • The sides, backs, tops and bottoms of these cabinets are constructed of 3/4" veneer core.  The exteriors are plain-sliced veneers.  The interiors are clear white birch or maple.  All joints are tongue and groove, as opposed to dowels, for strength.

  • The front edge of the cabinets are edge banded with the same material that was specified for the exterior, and is either stained or painted to match.

  • Doors of either 3/4" or 1" thickness are mounted with Blum fully-concealed, soft-close hinges.

  • The shelves are 3/4" veneer core with a solid wood nosing, machined and sanded as a small bull nose.  5mm holes in the cabinet sides provide shelf adjustment.  Base and tall cabinets have a 4" high, 3" deep toe kick.

  • Drawer bodies are constructed of 5/8" soft maple sides with dovetailed joints.  Bottoms are 1/2".  Blum under mount, full-extension, soft-close slides are standard.

our finishes

StyleCraft has the ability to recreate almost an endless range of colors, finishing techniques, finish sheens and artistic representations.

  • All of our paint finishes are Polyurethane which is to be differentiated from the more common pigmented catalyzed varnish.  Polyurethane wears better, is more resistant to joint cracking, moisture and other kitchen hazards, as well as not being an emitter of any post-finish formaldehyde.  European cabinet manufacturers have been using this finish for many years, but few in the United States have followed suit because of its higher cost and difficulty in application.

  • Stain finishes are achieved using oil based stains that are blended, then coated with clear varnish.  As with the paints, a number of finish sheens from a "dead" flat to an approximate 65-degree, "high gloss" sheen can be provided.

  • Custom matched colors of paint, stain or antiqued finishes are all available and represent the majority of our work.

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