This type kitchens have a frame which surrounds the doors and drawer fronts. The doors are hinged using traditional butt hinges. The frames are fixed to the edges of the cabinet. We produce two types as our example shown below. The first one being a cockbeaded frame, which has a beading fixed around the inside edge of the frame and the second a square frame.
An in-frame kitchen can be contemporary or traditional - the look governed by the style of door, handles, panels, cornicing and appliances you choose. These kitchens are usually more expensive due to the manufacturing and assembly costs of the frames.