Actually, Busby Cabinets builds both frameless (European) and inset (framed) cabinets.
Frameless is a term used to describe a method of cabinet construction.
It is also called euro-style and more appropriately, full access.
Frameless cabinetry can be anything from old world traditional or ultra contemporary in style.
A visual characteristic of frameless is the very narrow (1/8” or less), spacing or reveal between adjacent doors and drawers.
This style is visually appealing due to the smooth even appearance of the cabinet faces.
Convenient benefits of frameless construction are the increased usable storage access, no lips to clean around and wider/taller drawers within the same footprint of space.
Even narrow drawer cabinets become functioning storage.
Although not as functional as frameless, our inset cabinetry is still very functional in its own right – with full-extension drawers with concealed undermount drawer glides – but is designed more for an aesthetic look authentic to that design rather than pure functionality.