The Woodwork Institute is a national organization whose primary purpose is to ensure excellence and craftsmanship in woodwork. The WI collaborates with the Architectural Woodwork Manufacturers Association of Canada to jointly sponsor the North American Architectural Woodwork Standards (NAAWS). Architects and millwork firms rely on this proven standard as the basis for quality architectural millwork.…

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The back of this cabinet shows us the thickness of the box material – .75″ white melamine (aka industrial grade particle board), as well as the .5″ nailers and the cabinet back. The box can also be made of .75″ Russian plywood where the preference is for a wood interior instead of white.

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European style cabinets don’t have face frames. This clean, efficient look is standard in commercial and modern residential settings. We use Blum hinges with .75″ thick doors with a full overlay (meaning the doors cover the edge of the cabinet box). A small reveal (meaning the box is visibly wider than the doors and drawers)…

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These flush pulls are great for garages and other applications where space is at a premium or protruding pulls are impractical. These are not available in the software right now but we can add them for you when we review your design together.

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One of the tricky parts of installing cabinets is getting them level. To simplify this process, we use adjustable leg levelers with a “snap on” toe kick cover. The cover snaps onto the leg levelers once you have them set just right. To turn this feature on, go to “Room” settings (left nav > 3D…

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