Details that give full overlay a more 'built in' appearance?
I am definitely going with framed full overlay bottom cabinets/drawers, and maybe top cabinets also, although I am considering mixing by having the top inset.
Some overlay kitchens appear more finished or built in to my eye and I am wondering if there are particular details to request for that look. For example, I think some top cabinet runs have a bottom rail that looks flush, while others are inset or molding and to my eye the flush may look more built in.
I also believe I've seen some discussion of end panels being inset rather than overlay to contribute to that built in feeling.
Not sure if I am making any sense but my searches haven't led me to clarify these thoughts so I am hoping you kind folks will be able to make some sense of this question.