Finished Exposed Areas

The backs and sides of islands and peninsulas and the surround of uppers around microwave hood vents and above sinks are examples of exposed finished ends. Lanz’s standard is to match the door or frame or use complementary materials in these areas. Undersides of upper cabinets are white as per Lanz standard construction. These can be upgraded with matching or complementary materials.

Finished Bottoms at Upper Cabinets

Frameless: All underside cabinet components are white TFL (thermally-fused laminate). Lanz can match the underside of upper cabinets with the same material as the doors or exposed finished ends.

Face Frame: The underside of the shelf deck is white and side edge panels are raw. Lanz can match your exposed finished ends at the bottom of your upper cabinets.

Finished Tops at Upper Cabinets

Finished tops at upper cabinets are often desired uppers where you can see the tops of the cabinets from the stairs or loft.

Finished Tops at Base Cabinets

Cabinets such as desks, room dividers, bookcases and other horizontal surfaces may require matching face materials. Depending on case material we can match or coordinate with HPL, finished wood veneer, or TFL. Ask us for what we recommend for your project. 

Finished Backs at Islands and Peninsulas

If there is no pony wall at the back of an island or peninsula in the kitchen design, Lanz provides finished ends and backs for a seamless look. Lanz does not provide plumbing chase for sink base cabinets at islands and peninsulas.