Dean Cabinetry’s articles about versus and comparisons of cabinetry.

CABINET HARDWARE: KNOBS VS PULLS

By Sebastian Nagpal Choosing your kitchen cabinet hardware is an important part of the kitchen design process. Because…

THE BEST KITCHEN FLOOR: TILE VS HARDWOOD

By Leah Dean You are renovating your kitchen and you have narrowed your flooring material down to hardwood…

WHAT IS SEMI-CUSTOM CABINETRY?

By Erica Dean What are semi-custom cabinets? Semi-custom cabinets are manufactured with standard sizes, styles, and finishes. They…

WHAT IS STOCK CABINETRY?

By Erica Dean Stock cabinetry is cabinets that are manufactured with standard dimensions, styles, and finishes. They are…

KCD VS PROKITCHEN

By Sean Ahern Every day people around the world are getting ready to purchase the kitchen of their…

6 TYPES OF KITCHEN SINKS

By Leah Dean One of the most used features in a kitchen is the sink. With so many…

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE: PLYWOOD VS. MDF VS. PARTICLE BOARD?

By Kevin Dean This is an honest comparison of the building materials used in cabinet construction: plywood, MDF, and…

KITCHEN DESIGNER VS. INTERIOR DESIGNER

There are many ways to go about remodeling your kitchen.  Some people prefer the quick and easy, others…

CABINET TERMINOLOGY: FRAMED, FRAMELESS, INSET & OVERLAY

When remodeling a kitchen there may be new words you come across, and certain aspects of cabinet construction can seem a little confusing until you understand them better. Here we’ll clarify the terms framed, frameless, inset, and overlay and what they mean in relation to cabinet construction and appearance.

CABINETS: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STOCK, SEMI-CUSTOM, AND CUSTOM?

When starting on a kitchen remodel, the cabinets are the anchor of the project. Cabinets will provide storage and beauty in your kitchen for years. Other elements like counters, backsplash, hardware, and paint can all be changed more easily and less expensively than replacing the cabinets. It makes sense to be thoughtful when you’re designing your new kitchen’s function and organization, and also to be confident that the quality of the products you are investing in meets your expectations.