BROWSE BY STYLE
SHAKER (MODERN – YOUNG LOOK)
Shake-style cabinet doors are the most popular choice among homeowners. They offer a simple style that is easily applicable to any kitchen design and fit right in with any existing kitchen décor. Shaker-style doors have a five-piece flat-panel design that is made with a four-piece wooden frame and a single flat center panel.
You can get shaker-style doors in a variety of woods and they look great with just about any stain or paint color. Shaker-style doors can also lend themselves to fit any budget.
RAISED PANEL (CLASSIC – TRADITIONAL)
The raised panel provides an additional dimension to the cabinet door design. The door panel, which floats in the center of the frame, is a raised piece of solid wood creating more depth and additional character.
Some selections may incorporate a combination of different raised center panels and framed-type panels. All of these different panel designs merge well with the texture, grain and color of the wood creating a cabinet door masterpiece and an aesthetic delight.
Raised panels will accentuate our cabinet’s distinct light and shadow areas, adding to the unique properties of the wood grain and color selection. These doors will give our new kitchen cabinets a unique and contemporary look we’ll enjoy for many years
TRANSITIONAL (WHO FEEL YOUNG)
Some of today’s most commonly used door styles are part of our Shaker Collection. Shaker kitchen cabinet designs offer the ultimate in flexibility ranging from the latest Transitional kitchen trends to beautiful 18th century Shaker styling. This classic collection pays tribute to basic styling with clean lines and square corners lending itself to nearly any décor.
Frameless cabinet construction is a European way of manufacturing cabinets that has become popular among American homeowners seeking simple, more contemporary cabinet designs. Frameless cabinetry is sometimes called “full access” cabinetry because it offers greater accessibility by eliminating the face frame. Instead, it relies on thicker box construction for stability. Only full overlay doors can be used, with hinges attached directly to the sides of the cabinet box.
Flat style cabinet doors are quickly gaining popularity among new homeowners and kitchen designers. Unlike the shaker-style doors, flat-style has only one flat panel and does not offer any busy or expensive details. Their simplistic design is perfect for a modern or contemporary kitchen design, and can be easily updated with different types of hardware. Flat-style doors are also budget-friendly and come in many colors.