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Fretwork on cabinetry can sometimes be confused with tracery. Fretwork is an interlaced decorative design, carved into a solid background or cut out. Unlike tracery, fretwork doesn't usually have glass inserts.Originally fretwork was in a grid and lattice design. These days we see many different designs, from patterns that copy the rectangular Greek fret to more intricately intertwined patterns. The cost depends on the design — using MDF and painting the unit yourself can lower the cost.Like tracery, fretwork is cut using a fretsaw, coping saw, jigsaw or scroll saw. Some larger cabinet companies use laser-cutting machines. Embellishments on cabinetry can make a lovely room feel even more special. Leather, metal and even glass can be used to step a look up a notch.This dressing room has timber drawers with a recessed profile. The simple rail and stile design looks beautiful alone, but with the leather strapping, you instantly know a gentleman uses this room.The glass fronts on the high doors and cupboards have leather strapped in the muntin style. This is an intelligent way to link them with the drawers, giving the cabinetry balance.