At the bottom of most base cabinets there is an indented area. This area is defined as a toe kick. It allows the front part of your foot to have a place to reside when standing up against the cabinets.
Undermount Drawer Slide
A drawer slide that is mounted underneath the drawer rather than on the sides of the drawer. An undermount drawer slide is not visible when the drawer is in the open position.
Under Cabinet Lighting
Lighting that is installed under wall cabinets to provide additional countertop lighting and aesthetic effects. There are numerous types of under cabinet lighting.
See Wall Cabinets below
V-Groove Cabinet Door
A cabinet door or drawer front that has a number of vertical grooves milled into the face of the panel.
A piece of wood that creates a hollow box. It can be used to hide lighting and/or to join a cabinet grouping over a sink.
A veneer is a very thin layer of material, usually wood that is applied to the surface of other material such as MDF. It provides the finish material. Veneers are available in almost all wood species and are much less expensive than purchasing actual pieces of the specific wood species.
A common material for inside kitchen cabinets. It is easy to clean and strong. It comes in solid colors, patterns and can even simulate wood grains.
A cabinet that is mounted to the wall but does not extend down to the floor. Wall cabinets are usually mounted above kitchen countertops.
The name that differentiates different types of trees.