Now, stiles and rails make up the construction of a cabinet, and when we talk about cabinetry, we have two different kinds: We have your frameless and your framed boxes. Now, a framed box means that the cabinet itself is constructed, and then a frame is placed on the front of the cabinet. And what this does is it’s structural to the cabinet, it holds it together. You can always tell a framed cabinet by the reveal. So as you can, I’m just going to use my fingers and put them in here, you can see that they disappear behind the frame. And one of the reasons for that is, structurally, this frame is holding that box together. Now, there’s also something called European, or frameless, cabinets. A frameless cabinet doesn’t have that frame. It’s actually structurally sound on its own. And there’s benefits to both. Most homes that are twenty years old or ten years old are going to have framed cabinets in them. A lot of times you’ll see a center stile coming down on a longer cabinet. We’re actually able to cut that out and add some modifications, just to give it a more open look, and more functionality. But when you talk about frameless, you don’t have that center stile at all. You actually just have a cabinet that you get a little more space out of, and a little bit more room to put your dishes in.