Frameless cabinet boxes feature a standardized box color.
A 3/4” matching panel is required for any exposed sides.
Remember to include a panel when cabinets are located directly next to any appliance or when varying wall cabinet heights are used .
It is recommended to utilize a WEP1530 cut in half as a corresponding panel below to align the wall cabinets with the base cabinets.
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Side panels are oversized and designed to be
trimmed down in order to come flush with the door front, giving an inset appearance.
When using in an island or peninsula application, the finished panel should be flush with the back panel and door/drawer front.
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When designing islands and peninsulas, it is not recommended to use our adjustable legs at the base of the cabinetry, as this can cause slipping.
To ensure stability, a toe kick box can be secured to the floor, then the cabinet can be attached to the toe kick box frame.
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To construct a light rail, utilize toe kick molding with the light strip tucked behind.
The toe kick can be cut down to the desired length and height.
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Frameless base cabinets are designed without an integrated toe kick.
The cabinets come with adjustable legs, and the toe kick can be attached onto the front of the legs.
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**Refer to specifications for exact heights and depths , as the Frameless Collection does not use standard sizes on most cabinets, fillers and panels.