Cabinet Features

Cabinet Construction Features

Woodcraft cabinets are made the way we would make them for our own homes. Details like 3/4”shelving and doors, English-dovetailed drawer joints and European-style metal drawer glides are among the craftsmanship features most desired in cabinetry today. Plus, the advantages of real wood versus particle board, creates a cabinet that has no limitations when it comes to finishing, and is at home in the naturally moist environment of kitchens and bathrooms. As a result, our cabinets are ready to finish and ready to install.

  • Over 1,000 cabinets available in pine, maple, oak and cherry

  • All cabinets are fully assembled, ready-to-finish and install

  • Face frame, stiles and rails are 3/4” thick solid wood

  • Cabinet face frames are pocket mortised, glued and screwed for long lasting durability

  • Solid wood doors and drawer fronts are 3/4” thick

  • All doors are pre-hung with concealed adjustable hinges

  • Cabinet sides are 1/2” thick birch plywood

  • Adjustable shelves are 3/4” thick plywood

  • All cabinet backs are 1/4” plywood dadoed into the sides

  • All drawers are constructed with 1/2” thick solid wood drawer sides

  • 75 lb. test European-style drawer glides

  • Custom sizing is available

Base Cabinet Features:

Wall Cabinet Details:

Cabinet Details

Base Cabinets:

  • Standard base cabinets are 34 1/2” high and 24” deep, have working drawers, one base shelf and one half-shelf.

  • Sink bases have one base shelf and false drawer fronts.

  • Sink fronts are fronts only, with a toe kick attached.

  • Three-drawer base cabinets have one 3 1/4” and two 8” drawers.

  • Minimum cabinet depth for drawers: 11”

  • Cabinets less than 12” wide have a solid door (raised, flat panel, cathedral and arch not available).

  • Toe kick cutout: 4”

Vanities:

  • Standard vanities are 30” high and 21” deep, have false drawer fronts, bottom shelf and an open back. Tall vanities are 34 1/2” high.

  • Narrow vanities are 30”or 34 1/2” high and 18” deep, have false drawer fronts, one bottom shelf and an open back.

  • Three drawer vanities are 30”or 34 1/2” high and 21” deep, and have two 5” and one 3 1/4” drawer.

  • Combination vanities are 30” or 34 1/2” high and21” deep.

  • 30” wide and 36” wide combination vanities have two false drawer fronts, two working drawers and one door.

  • 48”, 54” and 60” wide combination vanities have two false drawer fronts, three working drawers and two doors. 42” wide combination vanities are the same, except they only have one false drawer front.

  • Toe kick cutout: 4”

  • Furniture style vanity features can be found on pages 19-21.

Wall Cabinets:

  • Standard wall cabinets come in 15”, 18”, 24”, 30”, 36” and 42” heights with a 12”or 15” depth.

  • 15” and 18” high wall cabinets have no interior shelves

  • 24” high wall cabinets have one adjustable shelf.

  • 30” and 36” high cabinets have two adjustable shelves.

  • 42” high cabinets have three adjustable shelves.

  • Maximum height for wall cabinets: 48”

  • Smallest door size for Cathedral/Arch doors: 9”w X 12”h

  • Cabinets less than 12” wide have a solid door (raised, flat panel, cathedral and arch not available).

 

The old style of cabinet hinge and door frame are shown below. They will be available by special request for a short time in 2007.

Door frame edge

Raised-Panel Door

Hinge opens more than 180 degrees

Drawer fronts are solid wood slabs

Inside view of hinge

Outside view of hinge

Cabinet Features

Cabinet Construction Features

Woodcraft cabinets are made the way we would make them for our own homes. Details like 3/4”shelving and doors, English-dovetailed drawer joints and European-style metal drawer glides are among the craftsmanship features most desired in cabinetry today. Plus, the advantages of real wood versus particle board, creates a cabinet that has no limitations when it comes to finishing, and is at home in the naturally moist environment of kitchens and bathrooms. As a result, our cabinets are ready to finish and ready to install.

  • Over 1,000 cabinets available in pine, maple, oak and cherry

  • All cabinets are fully assembled, ready-to-finish and install

  • Face frame, stiles and rails are 3/4” thick solid wood

  • Cabinet face frames are pocket mortised, glued and screwed for long lasting durability

  • Solid wood doors and drawer fronts are 3/4” thick

  • All doors are pre-hung with concealed adjustable hinges

  • Cabinet sides are 1/2” thick birch plywood

  • Adjustable shelves are 3/4” thick plywood

  • All cabinet backs are 1/4” plywood dadoed into the sides

  • All drawers are constructed with 1/2” thick solid wood drawer sides

  • 75 lb. test European-style drawer glides

  • Custom sizing is available

Base Cabinet Features:

Wall Cabinet Details:

Cabinet Details

Base Cabinets:

  • Standard base cabinets are 34 1/2” high and 24” deep, have working drawers, one base shelf and one half-shelf.

  • Sink bases have one base shelf and false drawer fronts.

  • Sink fronts are fronts only, with a toe kick attached.

  • Three-drawer base cabinets have one 3 1/4” and two 8” drawers.

  • Minimum cabinet depth for drawers: 11”

  • Cabinets less than 12” wide have a solid door (raised, flat panel, cathedral and arch not available).

  • Toe kick cutout: 4”

Vanities:

  • Standard vanities are 30” high and 21” deep, have false drawer fronts, bottom shelf and an open back. Tall vanities are 34 1/2” high.

  • Narrow vanities are 30”or 34 1/2” high and 18” deep, have false drawer fronts, one bottom shelf and an open back.

  • Three drawer vanities are 30”or 34 1/2” high and 21” deep, and have two 5” and one 3 1/4” drawer.

  • Combination vanities are 30” or 34 1/2” high and21” deep.

  • 30” wide and 36” wide combination vanities have two false drawer fronts, two working drawers and one door.

  • 48”, 54” and 60” wide combination vanities have two false drawer fronts, three working drawers and two doors. 42” wide combination vanities are the same, except they only have one false drawer front.

  • Toe kick cutout: 4”

  • Furniture style vanity features can be found on pages 19-21.

Wall Cabinets:

  • Standard wall cabinets come in 15”, 18”, 24”, 30”, 36” and 42” heights with a 12”or 15” depth.

  • 15” and 18” high wall cabinets have no interior shelves

  • 24” high wall cabinets have one adjustable shelf.

  • 30” and 36” high cabinets have two adjustable shelves.

  • 42” high cabinets have three adjustable shelves.

  • Maximum height for wall cabinets: 48”

  • Smallest door size for Cathedral/Arch doors: 9”w X 12”h

  • Cabinets less than 12” wide have a solid door (raised, flat panel, cathedral and arch not available).

 

The old style of cabinet hinge and door frame are shown below. They will be available by special request for a short time in 2007.

Door frame edge

Raised-Panel Door

Hinge opens more than 180 degrees

Drawer fronts are solid wood slabs

Inside view of hinge

Outside view of hinge

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