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Inset VS. Overlay door
American Traditional Framed cabinets
Overlay doors VS. Inset doors
AllandCabinets produces both Traditional American Framed cabinets and European Frameless full access cabinets .
Traditional American framed cabinets offers 3 types of overlay: inset, standard overlay(partial), full over lay. 


Full Overlay Doors:
It is a similar appearance to that of inset doors .They completely cover the cabinet face, providing the flat cabinet front so desired in inset cabinets. Since they are not set inside the cabinet frame, full overlay provides the greatest amount of storage with ample room for items such as pots and pans. Double doors in full overlay style come without the vertical stile on the face frame which allows for even better storage capacity and easier access of stored items.(actually it still has 1/4” left)
Partial or standardl Overlay door
It is the most common option. The door sits on the cabinet face, leaving a “gap” between the doors, allowing the face frame of the cabinet to be seen.
Inset Cabinet Doors

It sets into the cabinet frame and fit flush with the face of the cabinet when closed. Since the door is flat with the rest of the cabinet, a door pull or knob is needed to open the cabinet. With this type of door, the hinges can either be concealed or exposed. Inset cabinets are desired by many for their smooth, clean appearance.
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