Cabinets & Vanities - Cabinetry
Cabinetry is a very important decision in the building or remodeling process and with so many options available the task of selecting cabinetry can be overwhelming. Take some time to talk with the specialists at Regent Flooring, Kitchen and Bath and you will see why working with the right people can make the most overwhelming task seem easy.
Color and Species
There are different finishes to consider. If you like to see the wood grain, a stained cabinet might be right for you. Stains are available in many different colors and tones.
If the wood grain is not your style, try a Tinted Varnish or “Painted” cabinet. These colors range from the brightest whites to dark browns or deep blues and grays and everything in between. If you can’t find what you are looking for in the standard colors, Regent can have the cabinets custom colored for you.
Consider adding a glaze to either Stained or Painted cabinets, to enhance the color or add definition to door styles.
The type of wood you select can affect the way the stain or varnish looks and the overall cabinet appearance. Species options include Maple, Cherry, Alder, Oak, Walnut, Hickory, and Lyptus. These options differ in grain, color variation and hardness.
Cabinet and Door Styles
Inset Doors – Features doors and drawers that are set inside the face frame for a smooth inline look.
Overlay Doors – Features doors that are set on top of the face frame. A full overlay door covers almost the entire area of the face frame, while a standard overlay may have 1” – 1 ½” of face frame showing around the door.
Frameless Cabinetry – Features doors that have hinges mounted directly to the cabinet “box”. There is no face frame.
As with colors, the door styles are endless. Consider a slab or flat front for a more modern look, a raised panel for a very traditional look or a recessed panel for a clean transitional look. Each of these styles has many variations, including options with applied moldings and edge treatments.
Consider glass doors in clear glass, textured glass or colored glass, either with or without metal or wood mullions. Glass doors can be used as the main door style for your cabinetry or only on a few select cabinets to add distinction.
Choosing coordinating moldings makes each cabinet unique. Options for these include:
Crown and finishing moldings to top your cabinet
Light rails – applied at the bottom of the upper cabinets for a more finished look or to hide under cabinet lighting.
Corbels and Posts – for added decoration and dimension to a special area
Decorative feet and toe kicks – give a cabinet a furniture look
Internal organization options significantly increase the usability and function of your cabinets. Check out our Options tab in this section or better yet, stop into Regent Flooring, Kitchen and Bath to see these items on display.
Our cabinet lines have many choices to fit almost every situation, but for those unique instances we can also customize any cabinet to get the best use of your space while retaining your unique vision.
Standard or customized, Regent Flooring, Kitchen and Bath can provide the cabinet you need.