Bath and Kitchen Cabinets
Bath and kitchen cabinets are key when it comes to the storage, look, and feel of your home. Taking up a large portion of the most-used spaces in your home, cabinets represent the overall style and aesthetic of your kitchen, office, or bathroom. We offer two main types of bath and kitchen cabinets, framed and frameless cabinets. In addition, we have a variety of door styles to match your cabinets and complete the final look of your new space. We’ll even help you pick out other details like counter tops and a kitchen sink. Already have something in mind? Let’s start the conversation.
We offer several types of cabinets for you to choose from and make your cabinet dreams come true: frameless full overlay, partial-overlay framed, and face-framed inset with a beaded or plain inset.
Whether you’re trying to accomplish the shaker style or an ornate, raised panel door style, we have you covered. Our top three door styles are slab, flat panel, and raised panel cabinets.
“Whether you’re trying to accomplish the shaker style or an ornate, raised panel door style… we have you covered”
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We can build your dream kitchen
Highest Quality Materials
At Burkhart, we don’t sacrifice quality for price. Our cabinets do not have a fiber core, like some other, cheaper materials often have. They are completely made of plywood veneer. We use ¾ inch plywood, instead of the more common ½ inch, with a clear UV coating. From tip to tail, our cabinets are superior. We offer hardwood drawer boxes, catalyzed paint finishes, soft-close drawers, and Blum hardware that is easy to use and install.
Frameless Bath or Kitchen Cabinets
Our frameless, full overlay cabinets are our most popular style and help to add a modern, seamless look to your kitchen. Just as the name suggests, frameless cabinets are those without any extra space around the doors. Without a frame, you have a sleek exterior and full access to the cabinet space inside. These cabinets are highly specialized and we take pride in the hard work it takes to ensure they fit perfectly into your home.
Face-Frame Bath or Kitchen Cabinets
Framed cabinets is a popular style across the US and more traditionally used. Again, the name is self-explanatory. These cabinet doors cover the whole of the cabinet box, but leave a small amount of space framed around the doors. This classic look will stand the test of time in any home. We offer two types of face-frame cabinets: partial overlay framed cabinets, where the doors partially overlay the frame, and face-framed inset cabinets, with beaded or plain inset.