Blind base cabinet that will need to be pulled 3″ from the corner so it will take up 45″ of wall space. It can be pulled a maximum of 6″ from the corner, taking up 48″ of wall space. There is one door and one drawer which are 18″ wide (opening is approximately 15″ wide). The drawer and door can be installed on the right or left. A filler will be needed to go adjacent to the cabinet so the door/drawer will open properly. The center stile is about 7″ wide.
These cabinets are not just designed with beauty in mind. Each is crafted from ¾ in. solid maple wood. This means that you can rest assured that your cabinets will last for years to come. Every drawer is built using a dovetail method, rather than joints. This method of construction has proved to add strength and durability while creating a smooth finish. Drawers also fully extend using a hidden under-mount slide, so you can easily access items stored inside. Concealed, six-way adjustable hinges give your cabinets a perfect, flawless finish.
Shipping Time: This finish ships in 5-15 business days
Wood Species Maple
Face Frame: 3/4″ Solid Maple
Door Frame: 3/4″ Solid Maple
Door Center: 3/4″ Solid Maple
Door Style: Raised Panel
Side & Top/Bottom: 1/2″ Plywood with Maple Veneer
Back Panel: 1/2″ Plywood (Sink Base/Vanity Cabinets – except vanity drawer bases – do not have back panels but do have hanging rails)
Shelves: 5/8″ Plywood
Hinges: Soft Close, 4-6 Way Adjustable European Concealed Metal Hinges
Drawer Box: Dovetail, 1/2″ Thick Solid Wood Sides, 3/8″ Plywood Bottoms
Drawer Glides: Full Extension, Undermounted, Soft Close, Steel Concealed Drawer Glides
Wall Cabinet Bottoms Finished (Exterior): No – Top And Bottom Are Unfinished Plywood
CARB Compliant: Yes
Door Hinges: Pre-Drilled To The Right – Wall Cabinets Can Be Flipped, Base Cabinets Will Have To Have The Hinges Moved To The Opposite Side. Holes Can Be Filled If Preferred, But They Will Only Be Visible When The Door Is Open.
Toe Kicks Included w/Base Cabinets: Yes
Sides Panels Finished: Yes
Installation Note: For this full overlay door style, if a cabinet is being installed against a wall, a 1/2″ clearance is recommended between the wall and side of the cabinet to allow the door to open properly. Scribe molding can usually be used for very narrow spaces, however, only choose that option if the design doesn’t allow for a 1/2″ clearance.