10 Top Cabinet Door Designs
If you are looking to move your kitchen from just a nice space to an area that showcases your individual style, then choosing a new cabinet door design could be your first step. Oftentimes, cabinetry is the defining feature of the kitchen layout and feel, so having the right design for your space is key. To do this, you need to know what’s out there.
Obviously, your budget will be a contributing factor when deciding on the right cabinetry. But remember that if this decision is well informed and you spend a little more, you can have a kitchen that will last you a lifetime. To help you begin your search for the perfect design, we’ve created a list of our top 10 cabinet door designs that are all made to not only be strong and durable but also stylish enough to keep your kitchen looking great for years to come.
1. Shaker Cabinet Doors
Dating back to the 18th century, the Shaker cabinet door design offers one of the most recognizable and popular styles for kitchen cabinets. Shaker cabinets are known for their minimalistic look and can be paired with either a slab style or 5-piece drawer front. The Shaker features flat outside and inside details that create clean lines. This classic look can be adapted to fit nearly any space.
These cabinet doors are best when manufactured with woods that display strong, uniform grain patterns. Shaker-style cabinets create stunning looks with simple stain or neutral paint like white, but they also can be given with a pop of color to give your space a personalized touch. Painted with a two-tone design, Shaker cabinets can turn your kitchen into a stunning transitional statement piece.
2. Manhattan Cabinet Doors
If you are looking for something that has interesting detailing, but that is not overly ornate, then the Manhattan cabinet door design is a great choice. Depending on material and stain choice, this cabinet door can work in both rustic spaces or something more modern. Along with the raised center panel, the detailing of the inside edge creates layers of both vertical and horizontal straight lines that keep the eye engaged. The Manhattan cabinet door is a sturdy design that can be used to give your space a sophisticated look that is softened by the rounded edges of the door.
3. Cascade Cabinet Doors
The Cascade cabinet door design offers a strong frame with a subtle, yet interesting, inside edge detail. These are great if you are looking to finish your doors with a clear coat. The clear coat will help highlight the grain pattern and quality of the wood. In addition, the Cascade cabinet door is great if you are looking to replace the inside panel with glass. The clean lines focus on quality, and adaptability makes this cabinet door design an excellent choice for a wide variety of kitchens.
4. Oakland Cabinet Doors
The Oakland cabinet door design is an excellent example of our Thermofoil cabinet door series. Thermofoil is vinyl laminate that is heated and pressurized onto an MDF core. The Oakland cabinet door has a clean, even appearance with just enough detail to make your visitors take a second look. Thermofoil doors are an excellent choice for modern kitchens, as there is a wide variety of colors and textures that would make an exciting pop in your kitchen.
5. Durango Cabinet Doors
If you are looking for a cabinet door design that evokes the essence of traditional quality, go with the Durango cabinet door design. Complementing various design styles, the Durango is strikingly stunning, but it also adds a comfortable look and feels to any room. This door offers a recessed panel and edge detail that evokes the Shaker style, but the frame is not as wide as a traditional Shaker. From maple to cherry, Durango cabinets can be paired with virtually any wood type for a natural finish, rustic look for your kitchen.
6. Revere Mitered Cabinet Doors
Complementing a variety of design styles and almost any wood type, the Revere Mitered cabinet door design is perfect for any kitchen remodel. This popular, traditional style has a raised panel that is accentuated by a concave inside edging, a crafted border, and outside edging. The mitered joints add diagonal lines to a traditional door style to create more interest. These lines draw the eye toward the center panel, which can be customized with a glass option that would highlight whatever was inside.
7. Adobe Mitered Cabinet Doors
The Adobe Mitered door offers a recessed panel that is surrounded by compelling detail. Adaptable to a wide variety of designs, the Adobe Mitered design is strikingly but not imposing. Instead, it creates a comfortable look and experience for any space. Additionally, the recessed panel can be removed and replaced with a glass panel. This could be a traditional glass insert, or you could opt for something more creative like stained glass. From birch to pecan, Adobe Mitered doors can be paired with nearly any wood type and a clear coat finish to highlight the quality and grain of the material.
8. Camden Cabinet Doors
If you are interested in Shaker-style doors and would like to add interest without glass, then the Camden cabinet door design could be right for you. The Camden features sturdy, strong lines with its beadboard panel. This panel is thicker and more sturdy than the standard MDF panel. The beadboard adds vertical lines to engage the eye, and the Camden can be stained to fit a variety of kitchen designs.
9. Miami Cabinet Doors
Like the Oakland, the Miami cabinet door design is part of our Thermofoil series. These doors are made by heating and pressurizing a vinyl laminate onto an MDF core. While the Oakland offers subtle details, the Miami cabinet door design features an inside detail that creates the appearance of a raised panel. The inside detail will be emphasized by your choice of color or texture, so the Miami cabinet door design is perfect for someone who wants interesting detail work and a wide variety of finish options.
10. Eagle Cabinet Doors
Add a bold and traditional feel to your kitchen with the Eagle cabinet door design. Each cabinet door has stylistic edging with a raised panel, which creates an excellent look for any traditional kitchen. To bring out the simple but high-quality detailing, opt for a natural finish. Alternatively, this style of cabinet door is perfect for a traditional bathroom, especially if painted in white.
Wrapping Up the Door Design List
If you are anything like me, making decisions is no easy task. When it comes to something as major as remodeling a kitchen, this becomes even more difficult. Your cabinet doors will be something you see every day, if not multiple times a day. And so, it is important to put a lot of time and thought into your choice. First, it is important to decide on a cabinet door vision. Next, consider what type of material would work best for you. If you are thinking more rustic or traditional, solid wood with beautiful grain detail would fit your vision. If you are looking for something more modern with a pop of color, you would want to explore Thermofoil options, particularly our New Modern Thermofoil Series.
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