10 Best Selling Cabinet Door Designs
There are many choices when it comes to cabinet doors. As a consumer, you often want to have as many choices as possible. However, those working on a kitchen remodel project or cabinet door refacing may get tired of looking through countless cabinet door styles.
Luckily, today you can browse through 100’s of cabinet doors without ever having to leave the house. Despite the convenience of the modern moment, it can still be difficult to find your new or replacement cabinet door style. At CabinetDoorMart, we want to make sure that our customers are able to find the perfect cabinet doors for their refacing and remodeling needs. In this blog, we are going to take a look at our 10 top-selling cabinet door styles to give you inspiration for your next home improvement project.
10. Del Oro Cabinet Door
If you are someone who is interested in bold and unconventional styles, then you will love our Del Oro cabinet doors! This style features a wide frame with subtle detailing surrounding an interesting raised panel. The Del Oro style incorporates southwestern themes into the design to create a stunning cabinet door that is perfect for farmhouse and transitional styles. These cabinet doors are perfect for adding a bold statement to your next kitchen design.
9. Eagle Cabinet Door
For traditional styles, you cannot go wrong with the Eagle cabinet door. This raised panel design offers clean, subtle detailing that is a great compliment to a variety of kitchen designs. The Eagle cabinet door is available in a variety of solid wood options, as well as primed, painted, and clear coat finishes. If you are looking for a sleek, raised panel cabinet door design, then the Eagle is for you!
8. Valencia Cabinet Door
Slab-style cabinetry is an excellent choice for those seeking to create modern kitchen designs and aesthetics. The Valencia cabinet door is perfect for full-overlay designs, which is a great way to create seamless walls of cabinetry. Slab-style cabinetry also lends itself particularly well to thermofoil finish designs.
Thermofoil is a vinyl laminate that is heated and pressurized onto an MDF core. Thermofoil is available in a wide variety of colors and textures. Thermofoil products also arrive fully finished, so you don’t have to worry about purchasing any paints or stains. Check out our available materials page to see the full range of trendy thermofoil colors and textures currently available.
7. Woodhaven Cabinet Door
If your New Year’s resolution included upgrading your work from home setup, then the Woodhaven cabinet door is the answer. This cabinet door design features a recessed panel surrounded by ornate rope detailing. The mitered joints add an element of visual interest to this statement piece of a cabinet door. Try adding French lites to the Woodhaven design to amplify its sophisticated aesthetic.
6. Heritage Cabinet Door
The Heritage cabinet door features a bold raised panel design. These doors feature a detailed outside and inside edge on the frame, with a wide, raised panel that has engaging detail. In solid wood, this style of cabinet door is perfect for traditional styles and stain finishes that highlight the natural beauty of the material. The Heritage cabinet door is a great choice for your next kitchen remodel or cabinet refacing project.
5. Campbell Cabinet Door
Reimagining the classic shaker design, the Campbell cabinet door gives an exciting new direction to a timeless style. This design maintains the straightline minimalism of the Shaker cabinet door but adds new inside edge detailing to create a unique element to this cabinet door. The Campbell cabinet door design adds a new level of interest and style to the classic Shaker and is perfect for contemporary and traditional kitchens alike.
4. Laguna Cabinet Door
The Laguna cabinet door is made for those seeking chic recessed panel designs for their kitchen remodel or refacing projects. This cabinet door style, like the Campbell, uses the Shaker door as inspiration but takes the design in a more ornate direction. The Laguna cabinet door preserves the flat outside edges but adds stunning detail around the panel reminiscent of applied molding.
3. Adobe Cabinet Door
The Adobe cabinet door features stylish inside and outside edge detailing surrounding a recessed panel. This style of kitchen cabinet door is perfect for traditional, rustic aesthetics with stained to highlight the beauty of the material. Or, Adobe cabinet doors can be painted for stunning modern aesthetics. Pair the Adobe with its matching 5-piece drawer front and a few glass cabinet doors to create a kitchen design you will love for years to come.
2. Revere Cabinet Door
The Revere cabinet door is one of our top-selling cabinet doors for traditionally styled kitchens. Featuring a raised panel surrounded by engaging inside and outside edge detailing. The Revere cabinet door is available in a selection of solid wood and composite material options, meaning you have the ability to customize the door until it is just right. Try modifying a few of your new Revere doors for glass panels elevate your kitchen design significantly.
1. Shaker Cabinet Door
For well over 200 years, the Shaker cabinet style has been a staple for interior designers. Named for the religious community that originally designed and crafted the doors, the Shaker style is minimalistic and focuses on the material and strength of the construction. One reason this particular style has been in vogue for so long is that it has been easily adapted to the changing trends over the years.
Final Thoughts on Cabinet Doors
Whether you are working on a full kitchen or bathroom remodel or you are just replacing your cabinet doors, choosing high-quality cabinet doors is always the right choice. Changing just your cabinet doors, or refacing, will almost instantly change the look and feel of your home. We hope this list of our 10 cabinet door styles gave you the inspiration you need to get started on your next project.
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