All cabinets in the photos are primed only, to be finished on-site. Doors are a special design, featuring V-Grooves on MDF panels.
The Sink Base Cabinet below shows the “overlay-inset” technique used on this job. An extra overlay frame was added to the cabinet, making the front frames 1-1/2” thick.
Like the Base Cabinet below, the front looks like two drawers but it’s one door. Roll out tray in the bottom section specially designed with no sides.
This Base Cabinet looks like it has three drawers, right? That would be wrong. It’s actually one door. (Apologies for not having a photo of it with the door open.)
Another interesting feature of this job is that all cabinets were pre-fitted to inter-lock. It’s not really possible to show that in a photo, but it’s certainly part of the reason this job was selected to be featured.
Additional cabinets from the same job are angled to follow the roof line of the home. These doors also feature V-Grooves on MDF panels.