What are frameless cabinets?
Frameless cabinets are a European style of cabinetry that doesn’t employ the usage of the face frame. In this case, the box holding the cabinets is thicker and can accommodate a direct face-door to cabinet wood relationship.
They’re also sometimes called a “full-access” cabinet because it can offer greater accessibility by eliminating the face frame. There is more space utilization in frameless cabinets, and they’re fairly easy to install. Hinges are attached directly to the side of the cabinet box. It’s an interesting cabinet choice that many homes are adopting these days.