- Beaded Inset
- Catalyzed Conversion Varnish
- Certified Bath Designer (CBD)
- Certified Kitchen Designer (CKD)
- Concealed Hinges
- Crown Molding
- Dentil Molding
- Dowel Pins
- Exposed Hinge
- Full Extension
Beaded inset refers to the door sitting flush with the frame with a bead detail around the frame. It takes an extremely talented cabinet maker to master this technique. Many cabinet companies to not even offer this technique due to the precision required to perfect this look. At Cabinets by Graber your beaded inset doors are carefully crafted by skilled artisians giving your cabinets a finished furniture look.
Catalyzed conversion varnish cures making an extremely hard surface that is resistant to water, alcohol, marring and scratching. Unlike lacquer, a catalyzed conversion varnish topcoat will not yellow over time and is cleanable with most common non-abrasive household detergents.
Certified Bath Designer. This certification is awarded by NKBA to those professionals that specialize in the design, planning and execution of residential bathrooms, and prove advanced knowledge of technical and personal communication skills required to succeed as a design specialist. A candidate must have a minimum of seven years experience to qualify to take the academic and design practicum required to earn this certification.
Certified Kitchen Designer. This certification is awarded by NKBA to those professionals that specialize in the design, planning and execution of residential kitchens, and prove advanced knowledge of technical and personal communication skills required to succeed as a design specialist. A candidate must have a minimum of seven years experience to qualify to take the academic and design practicum required to earn this certification.
An applique molding shaped in mini squares similar to teeth.
- Furniture Toes
- Light Molding
- Paneled Ends
- Pocket Door
A style of door where the door is set inside of the face frame for a clean line. The reveal must be very close for the correct look. This is a very difficult manufacturing process, which Cabinets by Graber has mastered.
Sometimes called light rail molding, this molding is used under the wall cabinets to hide undercabinet lighting and as a decorative detail.
The edge of a piece of material that has been beveled preparatory to making a miter joint. The corners on this door have mitered corners and joints.
The vertical partition in center of cabinet frame used in wider cabinets for additional support. Or, in glass doors it is the partitions that separate the glass panes.
A piece of wood applied for decoration.
The amount of space that the cabinet door covers the face frame, giving prominence to the door and drawer design.
A turned post with extra details.
Plywood is a wood product manufactured out of many sheets of veneer, or plies, pressed together and glued, with their grains going in opposite directions. Plywood tends to be extremely strong and is treated in many different ways depending upon its intended application. Because of the way in which plywood is constructed, it also resists cracking, bending, warping, and shrinkage, depending upon its thickness. Several layers of veneer (generally five or seven) are layered together with the grain direction alternating between the different layers. Glue is used between the layers.
A door that slides horizontally on a track and is typically moved inside a cabinet or wall for storage.
- Quarter Sawn
- Recessed Panels
- Rift Sawn
- Toe Kick
- Tongue and Groove
- Turned Posts
A special cutting technique where the grain will be straight, fairly even lines with a certain amount of flake (sometimes called rays). Most commonly used in red or white oak.
The horizontal structural part of a door panel or face frame of cabinets.
A flat panel held inside the perimeter of a door. A flat panel recesses between the stiles and rails.
The amount of exposed space between face frames and the cabinet doors and drawers.
The vertical structural parts of the door panel or the vertical section of a face frame.
Decorative 3 dimensional posts similar to table legs. Used to add decorative detail usually in islands and stove area.
Decorative wood piece typically used above the sink. It spans the gap between cabinets.