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24 x 34-1/2 with face frame 1-1/2"" wide.
This panel is used when a dishwasher is the last item and requires a panel to finish the side.
Adding a Dishwasher End Panel and Face frame in Vintage White Raised Panel Inset style is a great way to give your kitchen a classic look. The raised panel gives this design a beautiful and timeless feel, while the vintage white finish gives it a modern edge. With the inset door style, the end panel and face frame are recessed within the cabinet wall for a more seamless appearance. Not only does this upgrade give your kitchen an air of sophistication, but it also makes it easier to clean, as there is less dust accumulation around the edges of the door.
Additionally, the panels are reinforced with a solid wood core for maximum durability and longevity. Investing in this type of cabinetry will bring elegance and sophistication to your home, while also ensuring your cabinets will last for years to come. If you're looking for something even more special, you can opt for customized options such as raised drawer boxes or mullion doors which add unique visual appeal to the overall look.
These custom features can be crafted from many different materials including cherry, oak, mahogany, or even Alderwood. Furthermore, you can choose from different finishes such as dark chocolate stain or bright yellow paint which help create an atmosphere that's just right for your taste. Finally, if you have existing cabinets that you would like to update, consider replacing hardware pieces such as hinges, knobs, and pulls to bring a fresh and updated look to your kitchen.
A variety of styles are available to suit any decor, whether you prefer traditional designs or modern styles. You can find hardware in antique bronze, brushed nickel, oil-rubbed bronze, stainless steel, or any other color and material you desire. Matching all the pieces will help create a cohesive look throughout your space. Upgrading your hardware is also a great option for those on a budget because it doesn't require tearing out old cabinets and purchasing new ones. By simply switching out the handles, knobs, and hinges, you can give your room a facelift without having to spend too much money. There's no better time than now to get started on sprucing up your home with new cabinets!