If you’ve decided to upgrade your kitchen with custom cabinets, one of the decisions you need to make is what style of doors you want the cabinets to feature. Because of their quality and attractiveness, there are seven custom door styles that are most popular:
Recessed: There are nine individual options within this style. Ranch, Claremont, Chalet and Chateau all feature an arch, while Hamlet, Yuma, Estate and Bristol all have a straight line near the top of the cabinet door. Some of the types of wood that work well with recessed options include cherry, alder and maple.
Mitered: WIth fourteen individual options, this door style is one of the most varied. The Calisto and Merida doors have feature the most detail. If you’re interested in choosing a door that features a simple elegance, Savona and Prism are both excellent choices. For an option that falls in between both of those choices, consider Versailles, Venetia, Seville or Aspen.
Arts & Crafts: Because there are twenty-four different options within this style category, you will have no trouble finding exactly what you want if you opt for cabinets with this type of style. Some of the options you can select include Tahoe, Rio, Pueblo, Haven, Covington and Chapparal. Durango features notches around its interior rectangle, while Fernwood has additional detail work in its corners.
Slab: The two available slab style options are VNR 125 and Executive. Many homeowners choose honey pecan maple for the VNR 125 cabinets, while executive style cabinets in natural cherry look great.
Raised: The sixteen options within the raised category all have a very refined appearance. Monarch, Lexington, Barcelona, Lorraine, Hartford, Bettencourt and Beaumont Crown all have arches as part of their design. Vienna, Hampton, Concorde, Beaumont Square, Regency, Mesa, Geneva and Avondale are all options with a rectangular design on their fronts.
Five Fourths: Pennington has a subtle ridge on its front, while the Huntington Avenue Square’s ridge is more pronounced. Doors that feature a Huntington Square or Huntington Arch are a very stylish choice for any kitchen. If you’re interested in a more pronounced arch, you will be very happy with how the Huntington Avenue Arch looks in your newly updated kitchen. Finally, the Broadmore is a relatively simple but still attractive choice that looks especially good with chestnut colored maple.
Applied: There are six options within the applied category of cabinet door styles. Of these options, Tuscany is the most ornate. The reason is that it has stylish lines which run down the length of its rectangular front design. If you want your cabinets to look rustic but not old, Monaco doors made from driftwood colored maple will help you achieve the look you want for your kitchen. Thanks to its deep recesses, Carlisle doors are a very ornate option. Of the six options within this category, Montego would be classified as the most minimalist choice. Catalina and Calais are both options that can work with a wide range of kitchen designs.
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