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Ventana Construction at Canyon Creek

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Ventana Construction LLC added this to Learn the Lingo of Kitchen Cabinet Door Styles
The face of an inset cabinet door or drawer is in the same plane as the leading edge of the cabinet box. This very traditional look from the early 1900s can be replicated today but tends to be more expensive than other options. The inset also reduces space inside the cabinet, which means smaller drawers and hardware that requires extra blocking in the box.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

petching added this to Kitchen cabinet door looks
I set with edge treatment and bevel
Jeanne Mendazona added this to Ideas: Cabinet Organization
This is the style I want, but completely flat, no detail around drawers/doors nor recessed panel fronts - also, drawers and doors are framed by and inserted completely into the cabinet itself
Marianella Castillo added this to cabinets
inset type. tends to be more expensive
Andi added this to Wish List
Said it is the style for the early 1900'2
Audrie Luczek added this to Building: Kitchen
Inset Cabinet doors & drawers, rather than overlay
kathkatie added this to Kitchen
Inset; can be more expensive. reduces space inside the cabinet which means smaller drawers

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