These cabinets were designed to be a cross between Colonial and Country style. They are constructed of Appalachian Black Cherry. All of the case, frame and door joinery use mortise and tenon. All of the doors use floating, raised panels except for two uppers which use reeded decorative glass. The finished ends are frame and panel, solid wood. All slides and hinges are soft-close. All slides are under-mount. They were finished out using a medium distressing method, two stage staining process and coated with lacquer. This type of cabinetry can typically be shop made for around 300.00 per linear foot. Uppers and lowers are calculated separately.