Board that forms the bottom of the cabinet.
Cabinet designed by a professional cabinet maker to your liking.
The front panel of your cabinet that opens and closes, keeping items in your cabinet safe and hidden.
A hollow compartment that slides in and out of a cabinet.
Foot Kick or Toe Kick
Found on floor cabinets, a horizontal overhang and a vertical board that form a 90 degree angle, creating a space underneath the cabinet that makes room for your toes when you stand near the counter.
Metal brackets that attach a door to a cabinet. May be found on the inside or outside of the cabinet and can be made of brass, steel, or bronze plating. More intricate hinges may include hand chiseled designs and scrollwork. Hinges allow the door of a cabinet to open and close.
Globe or handle shaped protrusion that help you to open and close your cabinet door with ease. May be made of almost any material and are often hand crafted. More common options for knob material include porcelain, wood, brass, steel, clay, and glass.
Any pre-made cabinet purchased from a store or purchased through John Moore.
Two metal lips that sit horizontal along the inside of a cabinet to allow a drawer to slide in and out of the cabinet.
The outer sides and backing of the cabinet. Provides the cabinet with its shape. Protects your belongings inside from falling, from animals and children, and from being seen by guests.
Planks- typically made out of wood- that are arranged at varying heights horizontally throughout the cabinet to allow storage of different items.