Scrap Wood Back of Face Frame Drawer
How often do you see "scrap wood" being used for the piece of wood that goes on the back of the drawer face frame? I am still puzzled at why what I consider to be scrap wood, even though the factory rep stated it's natural maple with wood grain variations are used for the back of the face frame to where the color doesn't match the other three sides of the cabinet. I have since seen Aristokraft, Kraftmaid and generic Chinese cabinets, and all the sides of the drawers match perfectly in color and the piece of wood on the back of the face frame has a nice coating and color to match the other sides and even the back. Why Cardell would do this perfectly on my bathroom cabinet drawers, but not my kitchen cabinet drawers is still a mystery to me. I wonder if the CEO and VP are aware of this? It's embarrassing to see lower priced cabinets have the piece of wood on the back of the drawer face frame look beautiful and match the other sides and back.