The Springfield Door will give you a classic look that never goes out of style. Solid wood raised center panel, inside edge quarter round bead and routered outside edge.
When you are looking to keep it simple but in style, Shaker Cabinets is the way to go. It has a look that will not only last the test of time, but will always keep you with a fresh and new look.
When shaker looks a little to modern but you like the beaded inset look from all the magazines, well Benton is the pick. With a flat center panel and beaded frame on both the inner and outer edges. It mixes modern and elegance.
The Brunswick door was the reason we started make miter door in the first place. By using a 45 degree corners we can add routered raised edges that give you applied molding look. This door says everything. Raised center panel with mitered frame .
When I think of Savannah Ga, I think old mansions around the squares with early American Trim and craftmanship. This door fits that bill. It has a raised center panel and just enough going on the frame to remind you this door is special.
The Pembroke door was designed with glazing in mind. It has a lot of groves and line to collect all the color and to give real charm to your kitchen or bath. This door is great for glazing or staining.
If shaker ain't your thang. But you are still looking to have the soft beachy laid back easy feel around the house... That's the Tybee door. Chamfer on the inside and an rounded back outside edge.
If you have ever spent any time on St. Simmons Island then you will understand this door. There is a lot going on. From the raised center panel to the applied modeling look on the inside of the frame to the routered bead on the outside, this is the door that will draw you in. It looks "beach" mixed with "Manhattan"
When it comes to designing your new kitchen it is important to pick the right door. And to pick the right door you need to understand what the parts of a door are and what construction methods there are.
Rail: A horizontal framing member of a cabinet face frame or cabinet door.
Stile: The vertical-framing members of a cabinet face frame or cabinet door.
Center Panel: raised or flat panel in the middle of a cabinet door enclosed by stiles and rails.
Edge Profile: The detail on the outside edge of a cabinet door or drawer front.
Framing Bead: The detail of the inside edge of a cabinet door or drawer front.
Cope and Stick door frame is connected at a 90-degree angle. This method allows you to change the edge profile and the framing bead profile. It is not as complex as the mitered but gives you a lot of options.
The Mitered door has the frame joined at a 45-degree angle. The plus is you can have a more complex frame but the draw back is you cant change any part or it. "What you see is what you get"
Slab door is the most self-descriptive door construction type – one slab of wood makes up the entire door or drawer front