I Standard Overlay

Face frame shows above, below and to the sides of doors and drawer fronts.

  • Sides: 1" Bottom: 1"

  • Top: 1"base, 1" wall

  • Between Drawer and Door: 3/4"

II Width Overlay

Doors are wider (covering face frame) with spaces above and below doors. 

  • Sides: 1/4" Bottom: 1"

  • Top: 1"base, 1" wall

  • Between Drawer and Door: 3/4"

III Full Overlay

Doors are wider and higher to cover face frame completely.
 

  • Sides: 1/4" Bottom: 1/8"

  • Top: 1/8"base, 1/8" wall

  • Between Drawer and Door: 1/8"

Flush Inset

Doors are hinged inside face frame, with door faces "flush" with face frame.

  • Sides: 1 19/32" Bottom: 1 19/32"

  • Top: 1 19/32" base & wall

  • Between Drawer and Door: 1 11/32"

Beaded Flush Inset

Same as "Flush Inset", with the addition of a decorative bead around openings. 

  • Sides: 1 19/32" Bottom: 1 19/32"

  • Top: 1 19/32" base & wall

  • Between Drawer and Door: 1 11/32"

Frameless

Contemporary cabinets built without a face frame. Doors are "full overlay."

  • Sides: 1/16" Bottom: 1/8"

  • Top: 1/8"base & wall

  • Between Drawer and Door: 1/8"