Design Your Room

Design Your Room

Cabinet Moulding & Accents

Putting the finishing touch on your design

Moulding adds the perfect finishing touch to your cabinet design. Whether you choose a simple crown or a more elaborate, stacked design, moulding carries out your design aesthetic while bringing a sense of completion to your room. Work with your designer to ensure appropriate clearance for lighting fixtures and avoid distracting projections especially near refrigerators, corners and return walls.

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cabinet feet & legs

Feet & Legs

Create a smart statement at a sink or cooktop area by supporting it with decorative legs that suit your style. If you enjoy furniture-type detailing, your designer might suggest a decorative foot application to the toe kick space on selected cabinets.


Split Turnings

Flat on one side, turned on the other, these elements allow your designer to embellish a tall unit by attaching the flat side to the face of an end panel with stile attached. Similarly, they can add the look of a table leg to a bumped out area— such as a sink or a stovetop.



While a decorative valance is commonly found above a window, they can also appear at the toe space of cabinets to create a furniture feel, or on the overhang of an island to provide a more finished look.

cabinet accents

Onlays & Inserts

Decorative onlays and inserts help to convey a theme within a room, accentuating your style. Typically more traditional, these details might be placed on the aprons of wood hoods, on a straight valance above a refrigerator or in front of a window.

cabinet accents


Corbels are key to countertop support. For example, when selecting a heavy granite top, there must be a corbel support every 36”. Choose from a stylish array of corbels that suits the design theme of your room.



A choice in decorative glass inserts is another opportunity to showcase your style, which is why Schrock offers a wide selection of beautiful panes. Textured glass adds depth and dimension, and offers a pleasant visual break from repetitive cabinet doors. An added bonus? Decorative glass adds life and design interest to your room while still obscuring the contents of your cabinets.