Inset-Bead Cabinets
Residential Technology, Inc.

The inset-bead style is identical to the inset style in that it incorporates a face-frame which wraps around the doors and drawer fronts, that is they are flush with each other. In addition, bead molding is applied to the inside edges of the face-frame around each door and drawer opening. There is a small gap, typically one-eighth of an inch, between the edges of the doors and drawer fronts and the bead molding.

Inset-bead style cabinetry requires the highest degree of craftsmanship and precision compared to all the other cabinet styles. It is therefore the most expensive, but offers the elegant look and quality of older cabinet and furniture styles.