6 Square Cabinets offers a wide variety of cabinet accents and accesories to create high design, custom kitchens. From corbels to specialty moldings, 6 Square can help you design a functional, beautiful space.

  1. Finished Shelf Finished Shelves can be used to create custom cabinets, such as book cases and wine racks. Combine molding, fillers, and finished panels to complete a custom look.
  2. Counter Top Support Countertop Supports are a functional and decorative way to extend a countertop or to create shelving. The Countertop Support adds a nice, subtle detail to your space.
  3. Fillers Fillers are more than a way to bridge an empty space between two cabinets. Fillers can be used as a molding build-up, support for farm sink applications, as face frames for bookcases, and for other applications. Fillers are available in 1.5″, 3″, and 6″ widths.
  4. Tapered Leg The Tapered Leg is a decorative way to provide a furniture look in your kitchen. It can be used in floor applications, as shelf supports, and more.
  5. Overlay Filler Overlay Fillers are key elements in keeping a full overlay door style consistent. In the above application, the Overlay Fillers have been cut at angles to fill the space in between the angled cabinets.
  6. Valance Traditionally, Valances are used above sinks in between cabinets. But to really create a custom-furniture look, Valances can be used in a kitchen island to create a special display area. 6 Square offers a shaker and crown style in five widths.
  7. Corbel The Corbel not only supports a countertop, but adds a unique touch to any design. It can be used to support shelves, in decorative details for both wall and base cabinets, and in many more applications.
  8. Ogee Molding Ogee Molding is one of many moldings that 6 Square Cabinets offers. Ogee molding can be used on base cabinets, chair rails, light rails, valances, and for upper cabinet molding applications.
  9. Light Rail Molding Light Rail Molding is used to hide under-cabinet lighting. Many 6 Square moldings can be used to finish off the bottom of wall cabinets. Countertop molding is pictured above, but outside corner, fillers, soffit crown, batten, and scribe molding can be used as well.