One of the choices you’ll make when preparing for bath or kitchen remodeling in Lake Country is how your cabinet doors will be constructed. Most homes feature cabinetry with “overlay” construction, meaning the doors and drawer headers are in front of the cabinet’s face frame, extending beyond the opening so they overlap or “lay over” them. Full overlay construction covers the cabinet frame entirely, while standard overlay construction allows more of the cabinet frame to be visible around the doors and drawers when closed.
Inset cabinetry is gaining in popularity for traditional, transitional, and contemporary design styles in the modern kitchen. Inset cabinets are fundamentally different than overlay designs. Rather than fitting over the openings in the cabinet frame, inset doors and drawer headers slide precisely into the face frame opening. Not surprisingly, this requires highly skilled, precision craftsmanship – and it’s why inset cabinetry has always carried high-end, high-dollar connotations. However, StarMark Cabinetry now offers elegant inset cabinetry at a surprisingly affordable price.
The clean, distinctive lines of inset cabinetry suit StarMark Cabinetry’s manufacturing process perfectly. Attention to detail has always been a top priority at the company’s Sioux Falls, S.D, plant, where doors are assembled by hand to ensure tight joints, hand sanding is the only way to correctly prepare a door, and staining and glazing by hand is the best way to define the distinctive details that make each door unique.
StarMark inset cabinetry is offered in a versatile range of door styles and woods, including alder, cherry, quarter-sawn red oak, and maple. A variety of tinted varnishes and tinted varnishes with glaze are available, along with Cottage and Old World distressed finishes, to make your finished cabinetry truly your own. Learn more about the exceptional features that make StarMark our cabinetry line of choice.
As a StarMark dealer, Callen is proud to offer this elegant cabinetry option. For more information, give us a call today at (414) 765-2585 or visit our Muskego Design Center and let’s discuss your next project!