Inset kitchen cabinets bring a sleek design that is timeless yet modern by featuring inset cabinet doors and drawer fronts that fit flush within the cabinet frame.
Our Inset cabinets are fully customizable to perfectly fit your
space and your style, from farmhouse to modern and everything in between.
We build all our Inset Kitchen Cabinets with high-quality materials and
construction, making them not only beautiful, but durable and long-lasting.
Inset Cabinets aren't just for kitchens and baths. Add
Inset built-ins to bedrooms, laundry rooms, even your living room to
elevate any space.
Our Inset Cabinets feature concealed hinges, which create a clean and seamless look but we're also happy to use classic revealed hinges if you're after a different aesthetic.
We use American made soft-close drawer slides, which provide smooth and quiet operation, don't settle for less.
Our Cabinets are available finished or unfinished in select grade Red Oak, White Oak, Maple, Cherry and Hickory.
We offer a large variety of Inset door cabinet styles. Mission Shaker, Beadboard, Raised Panel, Flat Panel, Mitered Frame and more.
Our Inset cabinets are available in a variety of stains, and we also offer custom stain matching. If you prefer a painted finish, select any color from the Sherwin Willaims color palette.
All our cabinets are built to order in the USA and feature solid wood construction including solid wood face frames, furniture grade plywood sidewalls and top quality American made hardware.
How to Buy Inset Kitchen Cabinets Online
What are Inset Kitchen Cabinets?
Inset kitchen cabinets are a type of cabinetry featuring doors and drawer fronts fitted inside the cabinet face frame, rather than overlaying it.
This creates a flush, seamless look that is often considered to be more upscale and elegant.
What are the Pros and Cons of Inset Cabinetry?
Inset Cabinets have a seamless flush look, protect your doors and drawer fronts and are easier to maintain than overlay cabinets.
Think quick wipe downs. They do carry a higher price tag due to the skill involved in mounting the doors and drawers within the frame and you will also loose a small amount of storage
space due to the doors sitting within the frame.
Are Inset Kitchen Cabinets Difficult to Open?
Inset kitchen cabinets can be difficult to open and close if the doors aren't built and installed by a skilled craftsman. With proper installation, they should open and close smoothly. Keep in mind handles or knobs are a must since there's no way to grab the edge of the door.
How do I Clean Inset Kitchen Cabinets?
Just like other wood cabinets and fine furniture Inset kitchen cabinets can be cleaned with a damp cloth and mild soap. Be sure to wipe away any excess moisture to prevent the wood from swelling. If going with stained inset cabinets a nice wood conditioner will keep your cabinets looking great for many years to come.
Are Inset Kitchen Cabinets Worth the Investment?
Whether or not inset kitchen cabinets are worth the investment depends on your individual needs and preferences. If you are looking for a cabinetry style that is both stylish and durable, then inset cabinets may be a good option for you. However, it is important to be aware of the potential drawback of a higher price.
What is the Ideal Gap Between the Inset Cabinet Door and the Cabinet Frame?
A 1/8" gap is required between the door and the frame to ensure smooth functionality without interference. This allows the doors to open and close smoothly without causing friction which can damage the finish.
Select a style, then a Wood Species and select the Inset Option as you add each cabinet to the cart.
Select a Cabinet Style by Clicking the Door Style or the Style Name*White Oak and Hickory are not yet featured online. Order Cherry (same price), and add a note at checkout.
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Select Your Wood - Maple, Cherry, Red Oak, White Oak* or Hickory*
Select the Inset Upgrade Option on Each Cabinet as You Add it to the Cart