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Cabinet Construction

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A smart, functioning cabinet starts with smart construction. The following overview provides an outline of general cabinet terms and construction options. So now you’ll know the difference between a solid wood drawer, dovetail joinery and an I-beam brace. Your designer will be able to answer questions about which options are available.

Standard Cabinet

  • 1/2” furniture board sides and bottom
  • 3/8” solid furniture board I-beam brace dadoed into face frame, sides and back
  • 3/8” solid furniture board integrated back
  • 3/4” solid hardwood face frame
  • Fully concealed, 6-way adjustable hinge
  • Exterior sides laminated to match the selected finish, except the Inspired Collection finishes

Standard Drawer

  • Smart Stop™ IHC drawer system allowing for easy access and self-closing
  • Integrated hydraulic cylinder (IHC) providing a noticeably smoother close
  • Full extension, undermount guides with fast-clip removal system
  • 4-sided, clear-coated, solid wood drawer box
  • 3/4”* dovetail sides with 1/4” laminated plywood bottom

*3/4" prior to final processing, actual final dimensions may vary.

Standard Door

  • Smart Stop™ integrated door system providing gentle, controlled self-closing feature that engages when the door is near the cabinet face frame
  • Mechanism can be turned off with a flip of a switch

Standard Roll Trays

  • Smart Stop™ roll tray system allowing for easy access and self-closing
  • Full extension, undermount guides with fast-clip removal system
  • 4-sided, clear-coated, solid wood roll tray box
  • 3/4”* dovetail sides with 1/4” laminated plywood bottom

*3/4” prior to final processing, actual final dimensions may vary.

Standard Pullouts

  • Smart Stop™ Guides standard on pullouts: Base and Desk Waste Basket, Base Recycling Center, Base Pantry Pullout, and Base Box Column Pullout
  • Smart Stop™ on pullouts allow for easy access and self-closing
  • Full extension guides