Cabinetry

Cabinetry

     Manufacturers

    View our manufacturer links or visit our showroom, to work with our design team, to learn more about the many styles, wood species, finishes and special features available for your project.

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    Shaker

    This is one of the most popular door styles for a reason: its simple five-piece frame and clean lines makes it a versatile choice for any home décor. In natural wood tones, it gracefully presides over a traditionally-appointed home. For a contemporary show-stopper, consider painted doors in white, gray or black.

    Raised Panel

    The carved details on a raised panel cabinet door is a time-honored choice for homeowners who want traditional, even old-world-style charm. Cultivated contours on the center panel of the cabinet door pairs well with other decorative touches, such as sculpted moldings and trim or special finishes like glazes and antiquing.

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    Recessed Panel

    Shaker doors are considered recessed, but there are many other types of recessed panel cabinets. Recessed panels can have elaborate arches or cathedral profiles. They also can have ornate center treatments, such as bead-board, glass or metal inserts. With so many varying options and designs, these cabinet doors can fit a wide range of home styles.

    Slab

    These sleek cabinet doors are generally used in transitional or modern-style designs because of their smooth, ultra-cool finish. Also called flat-front, they can come in a wide variety of materials, including wood, laminates, foils and acrylics, and even exotic veneers such as Bamboo and Red Oak for a high impact visual design.

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    Door Style Comparison

    Choose which one is right for you.
    Shaker

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    • Clean / Simple Look
    • Straight Stiles & Rails
    • Flat Center Panel
    Raised Panel

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    • Traditional Style
    • Center panel is slightly higher than surrounding wood
    • Top Stile can be Square or Arched
    Recessed Panel

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    • Traditional or Modern Style
    • Center Panel is Depressed or Reversed
    • Top Stile can be Square or Arched
    Slab

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    • Modern Look
    • No Center Panel
    • Doors & Drawer Fronts all one piece

    Full Overlay

    Framed cabinetry is the traditional way of building cabinets. The doors are secured to a frame on the front of the cabinet box to give the cabinet strength and sturdiness. If you choose full overlay doors on framed cabinets, the doors almost fully overlay the cabinet face, leaving less than a ¼-inch reveal around the doors. You will need to attach hardware to full overlay doors as there isn’t room to pull them open without a pull or knob, but a full overlay gives the cabinets a more seamless, custom look.

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    Traditional Overlay

    A traditional overlay is another option for framed cabinetry and is usually less expensive. With this option, the cabinet doors leave a much larger reveal of the frame around the doors, up to 1 ¼-inch. 

    Frameless

    Frameless cabinetry is a European way of building cabinets. There is no face frame on the front of the cabinet box. Rather, the box itself is thicker and the cabinet doors are installed directly to the side of the box. With frameless cabinetry, you have easier access to items within the cabinets, no center style separating double doors and more storage space to work with inside the cabinets, but frameless cabinets generally also come with a higher price tag.

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    Full Overlay

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    • Cabinet doors & drawers cover frame of cabinets
    • Proper spacing needed for doors to open fully
    • Most common cabinet style
    Traditional Overlay

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    • Cabinet doors & drawers do not cover frame of cabinet
    • Cost effective 
    • Limited styles
    Frameless

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    • Face frame of cabinet is eliminated
    • Requires thicken cabinetry box construction
    • Very Modern
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