How-To Install Flush Infill Between Cabinet & Wall

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Flush infills are level with the door on the front of the cabinet, and create a seamless finish.

Infills are used to fill the space between your cabinets and your walls, and allow for any discrepancies in walls sloping. Below are two examples of common wall scenarios, with infills shown in red.

Image showing infill between the wall and base cabinets

How-to Install a Flush Infill


Measure the gap between the wall and the cabinet

Measure at the top and bottom, in case the wall is out of square.

Mark these measurements on the infill panel

Infill panels are designed to be cut down to size during installation.

Double check measurements


Cut to size and check that the infill fits within the space


Screw the support to the infill panel at even increments using 28mm screws


Remove the protective plastic coating

Note, not all products have this coating. If your product does not, skip this step.

Align the infill, so that the support is flush with the carcass


Screw infill to cabinet from the inside of the cabinet, into the support

Place the screws to the front of the hinge plate, so that they will be hidden when the door is on.

Tools Required

  • Screws
  • Drill
  • Tape Measure
  • Pencil

Key Tips

  • Infill panels are designed to be cut down to size during installation, therefore we offer our standard infill panels at a minimum of 100mm wide. This should be more than enough to cover most scenarios.
  • When planning your kitchen we recommend you plan your infills to be at least 40mm wide. This will make positioning the cabinet and infill much more manageable during installation.

Additional Information

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