Door and Drawer Styles
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here are three basic door and drawer styles to choose from including overlay, flush inset, or beaded inset.

An overlay door and drawer style typically covers the face frame from 1/4” to 1 5/8”. This cabinet style is the most common and exhibits a pronounced appearance with enhanced detail to the door and drawer panels.

A flush inset door and drawer style is one in which the cabinet door and drawer is inset within the rail and stile. This cabinet style exhibits a “flush” appearance within the cabinet face frame.

A beaded inset door and drawer style is similar to a flush inset door but an additional molding is placed within the face frame. This cabinet style also produces a flush appearance and is a slightly more intricate.
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