Frameless Bathroom Cabinets
Shop our selection of 7 ready-to-assemble frameless bathroom cabinets that are perfect for a European style design. Our frameless bathroom cabinets feature high quality materials such as 3/4" plywood cabinet wides, 3/4" Grade A plywood shelves, and 6 way adjustable door hinges. Since they are frameless, they do not require a cabinet front frame for mounting and the door connects directly to the door box.
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What are Frameless Bathroom Cabinets?
Frameless bathroom cabinets are built without the structural 3/4-inch-thick hardwood front frame which provides the basic skeleton of the traditional "face frame" cabinets. By using the back and side walls of the cabinet itself to provide strength and stability, frameless cabinets use less wood and provide more storage space within a given size of cabinet box. Unlike the doors on framed cabinets, which usually have exposed hinges and do not cover the entire face of the cabinet, frameless cabinet doors cover the entire box, and they use European hinges, attached on the inside and hidden from view.
Why Use Frameless Bathroom Cabinets?
One significant advantage to frameless cabinets is the space savings. A double frameless cabinet doesn't need a big post in the middle between the doors. On traditional framed cabinets, the center post can be as wide as 3 inches, interfering with your storage options and making items hard to reach. Furthermore, frameless drawers are 1 1/2 inches wider. This means that in a 15-inch wide installation, you can have framed drawers that are 11 5/8 inches wide or frameless drawers that are 13 1/8 inches wide. Additionally, frameless drawers can be deeper because no space is wasted on extra rails.
In addition to offering more space, frameless cabinets are especially suitable for bathrooms because they look equally finished with and without doors. If you want your bathroom to have a sleek, unified decor which includes some open shelving, frameless cabinet installations will exactly fit the bill. Since they don’t include the obstructing wooden frame, they can be easily transformed into display-case open shelving anytime you choose.
Difference Between Framed and Frameless Bathroom Cabinets
Frameless cabinets offer a whole set of advantages because they don’t have their openings partly obstructed by a wooden framework. Shelves can be inserted and removed easily without having to tilt them diagonally to fit through the opening. Since no distance is needed between frameless cabinet doors, they present a streamlined contemporary aesthetic. This effect is enhanced by the fact that the entire face of all the cabinets is flush; there are no external hinges or surrounding edges to interrupt the surface.While framed cabinets are suitable for a specifically traditional decor that includes visible hinges and multiple layers of woodworking, more and more consumers are being won over by the simplicity and function of frameless cabinetry.
This efficient, space-saving method of building cabinets used to be primarily European, but its practicality and beauty have caused an explosion in popularity in the United States. At first, only high-end, custom-designed bathrooms included frameless cabinets, but now savvy builders everywhere have retooled to offer this option. Visit an upscale model home or bathroom showroom, and check out the space savings and clean, streamlined look that frameless cabinets offer; we think you'll become a fan!