Nikola Kůrková. Kitchen. January 17th , 2018.
Cabinet Door Frames Either frame-less or framed doors are available in the market place. Whether you need to go frame-less or framed really doesn’t matter - it depends on the kind of base cabinet you have. The framed door shows about one inch of the border on each of the 4 sides of the door while with doors that are frame-less you will not find any frame in the front and these are fixed on the side of the cabinet base. The hinges of the frame-less doors are normally hidden; while those of the framed ones are exposed. There are many unique doors framed available that look as if it is frame-less, but when closed, very little or no base is visible.
Older Wood Cupboard Doors Many of the older style wood door kitchen cabinets were designed to have magnetic catches installed to keep the doors closed. Look to see if you have them on any of the interior areas of your cabinets. The door that is not staying closed may either need a new catch or the existing one slightly adjusted.
Aluminum and Glass: For a modern look that can be customized with a variety of door profiles and styles, aluminum and glass are an excellent combination choice. Vinyl/Foil Wrap: Economical and easy-to-clean, vinyl and foil varieties are an excellent choice for kitchens that see a lot of action. The foil wrap vacuum seals the cupboard doors, making them moisture resistant and non-porous.
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