A question that we were recently asked was “What is cockbeading on kitchen doors and which of your doors is it available on?” Well read on to fully understand what it is, what it looks like and where it’s available.
Well, cockbeading is the thin beaded part (beveled lip) on the inside edge of the frame on most of our inframe doors and drawers. Cockbeading gives the doors a very traditional look and feel and the beading adds additional protection to the edges. The appearance of the cockbeading is visible from the front of the frame, in which the doors sits.
Which doors have cockbeading?
As mentioned above, cockbeading is only available on our inframe kitchen doors, which are listed below, apart from Harewood, which has a square edge to the frame.
So, just to reiterate, cockbeading is only available on the following 4, of our inframe kitchens:
Our Helmsley inframe kitchen display
This is our latest Helmsley inframe kitchen display in our showroom, which shows the cockbeading around the doors and the effect it gives.
Shaker door beading
One of our traditional shaker kitchen doors (Bedale) does have beading around the centre panel but this is just beading and not to be confused with cockbeading.
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