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What kitchen cabinet door style should I pick?

There are a few different type of kitchen cabinet door styles, some are traditional, modern and transitional. Selecting the type of door you want is one of the most important decisions you will make for your new kitchen here is some information on the most common and popular cabinet door options.

Raised Panel Door style – The raised panel kitchen cabinet is the most traditional cabinet. This  five-piece raised panel style has a frame made of four pieces and a raised panel in the center you can get it in many colors, from Cherry to White/Ivory, brown and cream. At rtawoodcabinets.com we have lots of raised panel options. Here is the list with the colors, Yarmouth is a white/Ivory raised panel cabinet, Georgetown is a dark cherry raised panel cabinet with a dark brown glaze, the Wheaton is a cream raised panel cabinet with a golden glaze, the Kingston is a medium brown stained raise panel cabinet with a black glaze and the Quincy raised panel is available in a Cherry, Espresso, Brown and golden colors.

 

Shaker door style – The shaker kitchen cabinet is a more modern door style and has a cleaner and smoother look. It’s the most common door style in kitchens today. This five-piece flat-panel style has a frame made from four pieces and a single flat center panel for the fifth piece. Its available in many colors with the most popular colors being white, gray or espresso. At rtawoodcabinets.com we have lots of shaker door style options. Here is a list with the colors. Essex Shaker is a clean white shaker cabinet, Norwich Shaker is a Gray shaker cabinet and the Amesbury Shaker is available in a Cherry, Espresso, Brown and golden colors.

 

Transitional door style, Decorative shaker – a very popular option today is a Shaker door style with some decorative details. At rtawoodcabinets.com we have some decorative shaker options. We have the Branford Shaker which is an Espresso shaker that is a rounded edge in the recessed section, The Trenton shaker has a very similar door profile and has an Ivory/white color. The Plymouth white is white shaker with the whole border being more decorative.

If you need help or advice choosing a style or color or if you need and help with your kitchen design, please call us at 800-788-7575 or email us at sales@rtawoodcabinets.com and one of our kitchen designers will be happy to assist you.

 


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