These are the dovetails for drawers and casework, hidden on one side of the joint and exposed on the other. On the carcase of a desk, the top and bottom may be the same thickness as the sides, but their dovetails stop short, leaving unbroken the display of grain on the sides. Drawers also have an unbroken display on the front, but usually join pieces of unequal thickness — the sides and back being thinner than the front.
When it comes to cabinets, a lot hinges on the hinges. Their style and functionality have a huge effect on the overall appearance and performance of your cabinets and doors, maybe as much as the choice of wood or finish. The good news is that a wide range of hinge options are available, so there’s an excellent chance there’s a hinge out there that’s right for your application. And we will find a perfect one to match your cabinet.
We also include many other features in these cabinets that provide the best quality cabinets a customer would need. If you want to know more about these cabinets please email me and we can talk more about this. You can also click on the image to see the parts of the cabinets in more detail.