San Marino Cabinet Doors
San Marino cabinet doors provide a victorian ambience. A contemporary take on classic turn-of-the-century cabinet doors, today's Victorian cabinet doors are enjoying increasing popularity in refined kitchens everywhere. Highlights of these regal cabinet doors include dark-grained woods polished to a high luster, elaborately carved designs combined with strong color schemes and distinctive trimmings. Victorian cabinet doors are anything but "no-frills."
- Style Code: 580
- Description: SAN MARINO 3/4
- Minimum Width: 7.5"
- Maximum Width: 30"
- Minimum Height: 7.5"
- Maximum Height:72"
- Thickness Of Door: 0.75"
- Center Rail At: 50"
- Construction Of Door: Applied Molding Recessed, Butt Joint
*Image shown in Maple Select.
*Image shown has optional 5-piece drawer front.
San Marino available in the following materials:
We recommend using MDF if you are going to paint the door. MDF absorbs less paint than solid wood, which will reduce warping. The paintable hardwood frame material is sound with no regard for color match, and all natural defects are acceptable as long asPrice your doors ›
Birch natural is a medium density hardwood that can range in color from yellowish cream sapwood to a reddish brown heart wood. The wood stains well, but may not be the best choice if you are considering darker stains. An alder natural frame offers a mediuPrice your doors ›
We use a flat sawn northern red oak. Wood grain varies from a wheat, pink to red in color. Mineral may appear on the face, but it is limited. Red oak natural has some random color and grain, small pieces, small knots and mineral streaks on stiles, rails,Price your doors ›
Some color variation and heartwood, small and/or large pieces and can have mineral. We use eastern hard rock maple for select and natural maple. Color ranges from a white to honey color. Maple is a hard, heavy and straight grained wood with a fine texturePrice your doors ›
We use a flat sawn northern red oak. Wood grain varies from a wheat, pink to red in color. Mineral may appear on the face, but it is limited. Select red oak contains consistent color and grain and minimizes the mineral streaks and pin knots on the face ofPrice your doors ›
Euro. Steamed beech is a light colored, fine grained wood that is often mistaken for maple or birch. The wood is beige to medium dark brown and often displays small dark markings that can be highlighted with stain. Euro. Steamed beech cabinet doors are mePrice your doors ›
Alder natural cabinet doors offer a medium density hardwood. Natural characteristics of alder cabinet doors includes small sound knots, modular rays, curly grain, pin holes and mineral streaks. We typically use a western or pacific coast alder. It is a soPrice your doors ›
Pecan has a natural, more rustic appearance. Heartwood color is reddish-brown with occasional darker streaks. The sapwood is creamy white. The grain pattern is generally straight, but it can have wavy patterns as well. Natural pecan contains wide color anPrice your doors ›
We use eastern hard rock maple for select and natural maple. Maple select color ranges from a white to honey color. Maple is a hard, heavy and straight grained wood with a fine texture. Natural maple may have some color variation, some sap and heartwood mPrice your doors ›
Cherry is an exclusive wood. Expect heart and sap together on the face, varied color/grain, almost any amount of pitch pocket and may have small tight knots. Cherry cabinet doors range in colors from a pinkish white to a reddish shade and may even be darkPrice your doors ›
Cherry is an exclusive wood. Cherry standard may have sapwood in machined areas and possibly small amount continuing onto face. Color variation, pitch pockets, pin knots, and some mineral is acceptable. Cherry cabinet doors range in colors from a pinkishPrice your doors ›
Cherry is an exclusive wood and a select grading can make it even more desirable. Cherry cabinet doors range in colors from a pinkish white to a reddish shade and may even be dark enough to have a brownish appearance. Cherry cabinet doors may darken withPrice your doors ›
- Paint Grade
- Material is sound with no regard for color match, and all natural defects are acceptable as long as they are sound.
- Material has some color variation, small and large stave pieces, and some mineral.
- The highest grade material; matched for color and grain consistency, used in doors that will be stained.
- Has color variation, mineral streaks, open dead knots / pin knots; chosen when customers want a "rustic" look.
- Rustic Knotty
- Has more dramatic characteristics than knotty.
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