A method of fitting the cabinet doors and drawer fronts to the cabinet carcass. With inset construction the doors and door fronts are level with the edges of the cabinet or cabinet frame.
A countertop and associated cabinets that sits in an open area in the kitchen, allowing access to all 4 sides. Kitchen islands can be permanently attached to the kitchen floor or they can be on wheels allowing them to be moved out of the way when not in use.
A hole in a piece of wood that was created when a knot in the wood fell out.
A kerf is a cut made in a piece of wood to allow the wood to be bent. It is commonly used to allow moldings and kick plates to be installed on a curved surface.
Describes lumber that has been dried in a kiln in order to remove moisture.
A knot is the area in a piece of lumber where a branch has grown.
Group of engineered products. A more expensive, thin, finish material is bonded to a less expensive base material. Laminates are generally very strong and do not warp. Laminate materials are used for the inside and outside of kitchen cabinets, countertops and flooring.
A kitchen cabinet accessory, a single or multi-level turntable, that is placed inside a cabinet that allows easy accessibility to all items placed on it. Often used in corner base and wall cabinets.
A molding or trim attached to the bottom of wall cabinets to hide under cabinet lighting.