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Kitchen Cabinet Hinges Types

Kitchen Cabinet Hinges Types

Blum, Grass, European Hinges Blum hinges are most popular European style cabinet hinge European hinges are the most modern form of cabinet hinge They usually give a completely concealed installation. European hinges can be installed on frameless cabinets and face frame cabinets European hinges can be installed on inset doors, overlay doors and partial inset doors. We have over 200 different European Style Hinges in this section including both Blum and Grass brand hinges. Click here for Information & Pricing Semi Concealed Cabinet Hinges For face frame cabinets Semi-concealed hinge Half the hinge is visible on the faceframe Half the hinge is mounted on the back of the door Most popular cabinet hinge prior to European Style Hinges We have over 120 different hinges in this section Click here for Information & Pricing Surface Mounted Cabinet Hinges For face frame cabinets with surface mounted hinges. Or any installation where the door and frame are flush with each other Entire hinge is visible from the front of the cabinet There is also a concealed version of a surface mounted hinge Most popular cabinet hinge in use prior to the “Semi Concealed” hinge era We have over 60 different hinges in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Demountable Hinges A Demountable hinge attaches with a flat insert that fits into a slot that is cut into either the door or cabinet or both. The are available in two types; Single demountable and double demountable They are available in two styles; Overlay and Partial Inset We have 26 different demountable hinges in this section Click here for Information & Pricing Youngdale Hinges Youngdale Hinges are made in America. Youngdale hinges are for overlay doors and for 3/8″ partial inset doors. When the door is closed they are almost completely concealed. An excellent alternative to European style hinges and much easier to install. Youngdale hinges work on both face frame cabinets and non-face frame cabinets (frameless). We have 26 different hinges in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Overlay Hinges, Wrap Around – Partial Inset Hinges There are two types of hinges in this section; Overlay Hinges and Partial Inset Hinges. Overlay Hinges are for cabinets with a door that sits on top (or “overlays”) the cabinet opening. Partial Inset Hinges are for cabinets with a door that has a “lip” that overlays the opening and has an “inset” that partially fits into the cabinet opening. We have over 60 different hinges in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Pivot Hinges for Cabinets Pivot hinges differ from other hinges in that they pivot around a point rather than along a longer hinge pin. Pivot hinges can be made for inset doors, overlay doors and even partial inset doors. Some pivot hinges can be installed as concealed hinges. We have 56 different pivot hinges in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Ball Tipped Butt Hinges Ball Tip hinges are full mortise butt hinges for cabinets. They are butt hinges which feature decorative ball tips. Available in a wide variety of finishes and sizes. We have over 82 different ball tipped butt hinges in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Pivot Door Slides Pivot door slides allow your door to pivot open and then slide back into the sides of the cabinet. Great for entertainment centers. Available in Regular Duty and Heavy Duty. Also known as Flipper Door Slides. Also known as Pocket Door Slides. Click here for Information & Pricing Entertainment Center Cabinet Hinges Entertainment center or armoire hinges. Hinges allow cabinet doors to open wide enough to view a television monitor. Most entertainment center hinges are also called 270 degree hinges. Pivot door slides can also be found in this section. Click here for Information & Pricing Amerock Hinges Hundreds of different Amerock Hinges can be found in this section. Satin nickel, burnished brass, polished brass, nickel, and many other finishes. Click here for Information & Pricing Olive Knuckle Hinges Olive Knuckle hinges are a unique and decorative alternative to butt hinges. Also known as Paumelle hinges. Available in a wide selection of sizes and finishes. When the door is in the closed position, only the single hinge knuckle is showing. Click here for Information & Pricing Vertical Door Stays Cabinet Door Stays for vertically opening (upward opening) cabinet doors. Vertically opening cabinet doors are hinged at the top and open from the bottom. Door stay typically holds the door in the open position and lets the door close softly. Click here for Information & Pricing Soft Close for Cabinets Soft Close Add-on devices. For cabinet doors and cabinet drawers. Simple add-on devices that will make your existing doors and hinges close softly. For soft close add-on devices and hinges with built-in soft close made specially for Blum hinges see our Blum Hinge section. Click here for Information & Pricing Cabinet Knobs & Pulls – Cabinet Hardware This section has cabinet knobs, cabinet pulls, and other cabinet hardware such as: Tip out trays and tip out tray hinges. Cook Book Holders Stainless steel drawer and cabinet pulls Restraint devices for cabinet doors. Magnetic cabinet catches Flush pulls Click here for Information & Pricing
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Kitchen Cabinet Hinges Types

Cabinet Door Hinge Types Guide in Cabinet Hinges,Hinge Information Cabinet Door Types; Overlay Doors, Inset Doors, and Offset Doors There are four basic cabinet door hinge types: Overlay cabinet doors (the door is larger than the opening and “lays over” it) Full Inset cabinet doors (the door fits completely in the opening and is flush with the cabinet surface) Partial Inset cabinet doors (part of the door is inset into the opening and part of the door overlays the opening) Offset cabinet doors (very similar to “Inset” however the hinge is surface mounted and all of it is visible.) For each of the cabinet doors types listed above there are many different cabinet hinge types that can be used. We have listed many of them below. Overlay Cabinet Doors The 1/4″, 3/8″ and 1/2″ overlay hinges shown below are set overlays. The overlay dimension is measured from the edge of the cabinet opening to edge of the cabinet door as it lays in the closed position on the cabinet. The variable overlay hinge accomodates any overlay dimension because it attaches to the surface of the cabinet and not to the edge of the cabinet opening. Full Inset Cabinet Doors Full inset cabinet doors are used on cabinets where the door butts up against the edge of the cabinet opening. The door lays flush with the surface of the cabinet face. Full inset doors can use either butt hinges or surface mounted cabinet hinges. Partial Inset Cabinet Doors The most commonly used partial inset cabinet doors dimension today is the 3/8″ inset. The 1/2″ inset, 5/8″ inset and 3/4″ inset hinges were used in the 1950′s and 1960′s and are not longer used in new construction. We still have stock in these older inset cabinet hinges but the finish selection is limited to 5 finishes (polished brass, antique brass, chrome, satin nickel and oil rubbed bronze). Offset Cabinet Doors One more type of inset door is shown below. There could be an infinite number of offset dimensions, however most of the offsets that we run into nowadays are 3/8″ offset. The hinge used is a 3/8″ offset hinge. Even though this is an older style cabinet hinge we still stock a good selection of 3/8″ offset hinges.
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Kitchen Cabinet Hinges Types

Cabinet Door Types; Overlay Doors, Inset Doors, and Offset Doors There are four basic cabinet door hinge types: Overlay cabinet doors (the door is larger than the opening and “lays over” it) Full Inset cabinet doors (the door fits completely in the opening and is flush with the cabinet surface) Partial Inset cabinet doors (part of the door is inset into the opening and part of the door overlays the opening) Offset cabinet doors (very similar to “Inset” however the hinge is surface mounted and all of it is visible.) For each of the cabinet doors types listed above there are many different cabinet hinge types that can be used. We have listed many of them below. Overlay Cabinet Doors The 1/4″, 3/8″ and 1/2″ overlay hinges shown below are set overlays. The overlay dimension is measured from the edge of the cabinet opening to edge of the cabinet door as it lays in the closed position on the cabinet. The variable overlay hinge accomodates any overlay dimension because it attaches to the surface of the cabinet and not to the edge of the cabinet opening. Full Inset Cabinet Doors Full inset cabinet doors are used on cabinets where the door butts up against the edge of the cabinet opening. The door lays flush with the surface of the cabinet face. Full inset doors can use either butt hinges or surface mounted cabinet hinges. Partial Inset Cabinet Doors The most commonly used partial inset cabinet doors dimension today is the 3/8″ inset. The 1/2″ inset, 5/8″ inset and 3/4″ inset hinges were used in the 1950′s and 1960′s and are not longer used in new construction. We still have stock in these older inset cabinet hinges but the finish selection is limited to 5 finishes (polished brass, antique brass, chrome, satin nickel and oil rubbed bronze). Offset Cabinet Doors One more type of inset door is shown below. There could be an infinite number of offset dimensions, however most of the offsets that we run into nowadays are 3/8″ offset. The hinge used is a 3/8″ offset hinge. Even though this is an older style cabinet hinge we still stock a good selection of 3/8″ offset hinges.

Kitchen Cabinet Hinges Types

Kitchen Cabinet Hinges Types
Kitchen Cabinet Hinges Types
Kitchen Cabinet Hinges Types
Kitchen Cabinet Hinges Types

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