What kind of trim goes under kitchen cabinets?
Light Rail Molding is used to finish the bottom of wall cabinets. It can function as a trim to conceal under-cabinet lighting fixtures and provide a barrier from the light glare, or simply serve as a decorative enhancement.
What is cabinet Valance?
Some cabinetmakers install a valance on kitchen cabinets, typically over the sink or where two cabinets are separated by a window. The valance touches the ceiling, spanning the space between two cabinets. Valances usually have an aesthetic flair cut into the bottom edge.
What is base filler?
Normally a “filler” or extra space is simply covered up with a decorative front, but with Rev-A-Shelf’s line of fillers, it turns that otherwise waste space in to useful space. Fillers are intended to be installed in new kitchen cabinet construction and will not work in existing cabinets.
What is the trim above kitchen cabinets called?
Crown molding is decorative trim that is added to the top of your cabinets. The benefit of installing crown molding is that it draws the eye upward, showcasing the elegance of your cabinets. Crown molding can either bond with the ceiling or allow for space above the cabinet.
What is toe kick molding?
Toe kick molding is a long strip of flat covering that is positioned in the unfinished recess to provide a continuous finished look to the cabinetry. Cabinets.com offers toe kick molding in 96″ lengths that are cut in the field to the size needed for installation on the cabinetry.
Do you put baseboards under cabinets?
Tucked away under base cabinets, baseboard cabinet trim is not highly visible, but it covers joints, seals gaps, and adds the finishing touch to cabinets. The installation of baseboard cabinet trim is not complicated.
What is a light valance?
Light Valance is used to conceal under cabinet lighting and matches the door material. It can be installed flush with the back of the door, further back for handle-less cabinet access or excluded completely if under cabinet lighting is not used. Light Valances come in 96″ rips and will need to be cut down onsite.
What is a light rail for cabinets?
Light rail molding is a decorative trim installed on the bottom of your upper cabinets. It is also called under cabinet light rail. It comes in a variety of styles. It’s is used to conceal under-cabinet light fixtures.
How do you fill the gap between base cabinets?
For gaps less than 1/8-inch, it’s acceptable to use colored caulk or other products that come in a tube. If you plan on refinishing the cabinets, you can also use wood putty that dries hard to fill gaps or cracks. If the cabinets do not need finishing, apply color-matched caulking to the gaps.