Why are inset cabinets so popular?
During my frequent (hourly) browsing trips to GW and houzz, I have noticed that many, many new kitchens are being done with inset doors. I was wondering if someone could explain to me why this is. What are the advantages and disadvantages?
I went into this kitchen remodel with the blind assumption that I would go with full overlay doors. However, now that I am seeing so many inset cabinets it makes me wonder if I should consider it. One of the cabinet lines I am considering is Shiloh and inset is not an upcharge. (However, oddly, I read somewhere that full overlay may be an upcharge in Shiloh. I'll have to confirm with the KD, but he's *probably* not awake right now obsessing over MY kitchen so I guess I shouldn't call him until the morning. . . )