Dentil molding is a trim piece that has been shaped in a tooth like fashion.
Distressed wood is new lumber that has been mechanically or manually altered to make it look old.
There are numerous ways to join two pieces of wood together. Dovetail joints are one of the best methods of joining pieces of lumber together to make cabinet drawers. A dovetail joint is exceptionally strong. It is more labor intensive than other styles of joints and hence represents a level of quality in cabinet and furniture making.
Most drawers constructed for kitchen cabinets have the decorative face applied to a compete drawer. The decorative face is known as a
drawer front and matches the design of the cabinet doors.
Drawer guides are the pieces of wood, metal or plastic that allows the drawer to slide in and out of the cabinet that it is mounted in.
Is the finishing of an edge of engineered wood so that it appears to be solid wood.
A cabinet and drawer front can be machined to have intricate side or edge details. Also applies to kitchen counter tops.
End Raised Panel
A panel that is used to cover the side of a cabinet when it is visible. The end raised panel will match the finish of the cabinet doors and framing. Standard cabinets do not have finished sides.
Engineered wood is created by using small pieces of wood combined with an adhesive and then compressed. It is then veneered with a laminate or wood. Engineered wood is strong, but most importantly it does not warp, making it an excellent product for the sides, back and shelves in kitchen cabinets.