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There are 2 types of construction for cabinetry. Traditional Framed Cabinetry and European Frameless. All cabinets consist of a box. In framed cabinets, the box has a face frame attached to the front. The hinges and doors will be screwed to the frame of the cabinet. Frameless cabinets do not have a face frame, the hinges attach directly to the side of the cabinet. The following is a list of things to consider when selecting the type of construction for your project. The vertical spaces between doors on framed cabinets is never less than 1/2 inch, and often 1 inch or greater. On Frameless cabinets, it's 1/8 inch. The width of the interior of the drawer boxes on Frameless cabinets is typically 2 inches wider due to the space the frame takes. Most modern contemporary kitches use Frameless for the clean, crisp lines and tight margins.