I've had some interest in our cabinets, and one question specifically about the hardware we used to have the frame exposed. Here are a few detail shots...
|The cabinet door closed|
|the front when opened, you can see the door pivots into the frame slightly.|
|The european-style hinges|
The hinges are the same as used for conventional cabinets where the frame is hidden, but I believe they are mounted further into the cabinet box to allow for the frame to show.
On another note, I was scrolling through one of my favourite design blogs today, and was pleasantly surprised to see this photo of my kitchen! Thanks Remodelista!
Here's a link to the article, about using penny rounds in the kitchen: