There was much discussion about the pros and cons of various types of cabinet construction designs in cabinetmaking forums. Many traditionalists discount frameless cabinets survival on the basis of structural integrity.
While it is true that adding a face frame on the cabinet box to add stiffness and resistance to racking, frameless construction is strong enough for the task at hand.
In my experience, most consumers are not concerned with the details of the construction of the cabinet carcass. They are primarily concerned with aesthetics, and especially the style of the door. You can buy the grey and white kitchen cabinets from various online sources.
Other factors that seem important to consumers is the drawer box construction (they dovetailed), in some cases the type of drawer guide, and of course the drawer and door pull. In short end users especially of interest in the visual aspect of the cabinet finish.
Actually there are several selling points that support without a frame construction. Clever marketing people have actually coined the term "full access cabinet for opening the cupboard is not reduced because of the presence of the face frame.
In my view, a clear trend for frameless construction support for the efficiency that can be achieved in the construction process. While regional preferences may still support the construction of more traditional facial skeleton, the numbers are slowly changing. In addition, the well executed design frameless cabinet can share views part of a more traditional construction methods.