Here at Multiwood, we’re delighted to announce that we have recently launched our most extensive in-frame kitchen range to date, the Chartham. With its classic in-frame style, it is the perfect canvas for all over, contemporary colour schemes, which is why we do not offer stocked colours, instead, it comes with a fully bespoke colour palette available.
In addition to this, we also offer a made to measure service, ensuring that these in-frame shaker kitchen doors are available fully bespoke. Bespoke painted products are available on a 20 day lead time, while made to measure items are available with a 25 day lead time.
To add to its modern, industrial aesthetic, this classic design is also available with either a glass or mesh frame option. The glass is available in three styles, clear, black and reeded, while the mesh comes with two options, either cross or hexed.
Keep reading to find out more about just what an in-frame is exactly, and the benefits of having one. In-frame not really what you’re looking for? We have ten other stunning kitchen styles to choose from! Take a look for yourself here!
What does In-Frame Kitchen mean?
In-frame kitchen cabinets sometimes referred to as framed kitchens (or inset kitchens in America), have the door of the cabinet inset within a wooden frame. This additional border adds another layer of visual interest, as well as the ability to add a little extra detail to the look of the cabinets.
When combined with a shaker design, as seen in our Chartham in-frame shaker kitchen doors, they create a somewhat of a stately look, almost a throwback to the traditional style of a bygone era, which is sure to add a premium feel to a kitchen.
What are the benefits of having in-frame kitchen cabinets?
In-frame kitchen cabinets are elegantly simple and are virtually guaranteed to create a beautiful look no matter what style of kitchen they find themselves in. So let’s take a look at some of the benefits of opting for in-frame kitchen cabinets.
- A truly timeless design – In-frame kitchen cabinets were once considered to be upscale, and since they were first designed they have been highly desirable. Now is no different, they are still very much in style, and we can’t see that changing anytime soon.
- Versatility – The design lends itself to virtually any style of cabinet door, both traditional and modern, making it a highly versatile option.
- Added strength – As in-frame cabinet doors are fitted using butt hinges that are tightly screwed into the solid wooden frame, a tight bond is formed, which should not loosen over time, preventing the cabinet doors from sagging.
- Long-lasting – The frame itself not only draws the eye and adds visual appeal, but it also gives the cabinet greater structural integrity, helping with long-term durability and longevity.
If you would like to find out more about our new Chartham, in-frame kitchen, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Or alternatively, book an appointment with your local area sales manager to see our latest products and brochures!