Introduction to the characteristics of different types of kitchen cabinet hinges


Tangible and non-formed into the two major categories o […]

Tangible and non-formed into the two major categories of kitchen cabinet hinges. This means that the hinge is either displayed on the outside of the cabinet door or hidden because it is positioned inside the door, although many types of hinges are only partially hidden. Kitchen cabinet hinges are in many different finishes, such as chrome, brass and so on. The choice of hinge styles and shapes is very rich, and the type of hinge used in a particular cabinet depends on its design.
The butt hinge is the most basic type and is not decorative at all. These straight-sided rectangular hinges have a central hinge part and two or three holes on each side of it. The holes hold flat head screws. Although this type of hinge does not add a decorative touch, it is versatile because it can be installed inside or outside the cabinet door.
Reverse bevel hinge design to fit at a 30 degree angle. The reverse hinge has a square shape on one side of the hinge part on metal. Reverse oblique hinges A clean appearance to kitchen cabinets, because they allow opening to the rear corner cabinet doors, so there is no need to handle or pull the outer door.
The surface-mounted hinge is completely visible on half of the surface of the case, the hinge is on the frame, and the other half is on the door. These hinges are usually connected using round head screws. Surface-mounted hinges can also be called butterfly hinges. As many of these types of cabinet hinges are exquisitely embossed or rolled, and have a shape similar to a butterfly. Despite their fancy appearance, surface mount hinges are considered simple to install. Built-in cabinet hinges are different types designed for cabinet doors.