Having an understanding of how cabinets are constructed, and the materials and hardware used to build them is essential when comparing different cabinet companies.

RiverCity Cabinets does Not use particle board in their cabinets. Cabinets are built of 3/4” Birch plywood. All shelves are adjustable, again 3/4” plywood. Face frames and cabinet doors are of solid wood in the species of your choice. MDF panels are used in Paint Grade cabinet doors because of it’s superior finish and stability qualities. Then consider the hardware used… RiverCity Cabinets uses Blum soft close drawer guides and soft close hinges in all our cabinets. Blum products are considered some of highest quality hardware components in the world, and are lifetime guaranteed.

5/8 Overlay (Semi-Euro)

Framed cabinets have faceframes to which doors are attached. Doors and drawers overlay the faceframe and leave a ¼” reveal.



Flush Inset

Cabinet doors and drawer fronts are recessed (inset) and flush with the cabinet faceframe. A small gap will appear between the edge of the face frame and the edge of the door.



Flush Inset w/Bone Mould

Beaded Inset is the same as Inset, except that a small bead is routed into the cabinet’s faceframe, outlining the perimeter of the door.



European (Frameless Full Overlay)

There is no face frame; doors and fronts fully overlay the cabinet with a minimal 3/16” reveal between the doors and fronts.