A 3/4″ piece of wood that is placed between cabinets or against the wall to fill in space. Fillers can be cut down to accommodate small gaps, typically against an uneven wall. A filler also gives space for the door to fully swing open without having the handle hit any walls.
The filler has one fluted side to allow for decorative design opportunities. The filler can also be used in tandem with Crown molding, in cabinetry, is the finishing piece of wood used to cover the gap between the top of a wall cabinet and the ceiling to conne... to create an elevated Molding is a piece of narrow wood added to customize a cabinet to the space. Molding can be used to cover gaps or indiscrepancies, serve as .... Fillers come either 3″ or 6″ wide. They can come in 30″, 36″, 42″, and 96″ tall.