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Oak Kitchen Cabinet Doors

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Oak Kitchen Cabinet Doors

Give your kitchen a new look with kitchen cabinet refacing Give your kitchen a new look and avoid a complete remodel by keeping your existing cabinets and simply replacing the doors and hardware. This guide will explain the refacing options available so you can find the style that’s most compatible with your home. SHOP ALL KITCHEN CABINETS Update Cabinet Doors Select new cabinet doors made from solid wood, rigid thermofoil or bamboo. Then, choose your overlay style. Solid wood Available in maple, cherry and oak Can be personalized with finishes, stains, paint and glazes Rigid thermofoil Thin, layered plastic coating fused to medium density fiberboard (MDF) with heat and pressure Available in a wide range of colors and styles Bamboo Attractive and an eco-friendly renewable resource Available in a large selection of bamboo finishes An overlay is how the cabinet doors lay on the cabinet face. There are two overlay styles. Standard overlays (aka “traditional” overlays) leave the face of the cabinet box visible around doors and drawers, creating a type of frame. Full overlays have the cabinet doors mounted so they completely cover the cabinet box with virtually no cabinet frame showing around doors and drawer fronts. Cabinet Hardware Hardware such as cabinet hinges, handles, knobs and pulls can make your cabinets function more easily and are a finishing touch to define your décor. The type of cabinet you have partly determines the type of hinges used on it. Framed cabinets have hinges attached to the door and the frame, while frameless cabinets have hinges attached to the door and the wall. European (“concealed”) hinges are not visible when the door is closed. They provide a sleek, clean appearance and are often used with contemporary styles. Most of these hinges are self-closing and commonly limit the door to opening 110 degrees. European hinges are always used on full overlay cabinet doors or frameless cabinets. Traditional (“exposed”) hinges show on the outside of the cabinet and are used with traditional cabinet styles. Types include spring-loaded self-closing barrel hinges and knife hinges, which allow the door to open 180 degrees. Cabinet handles or pulls come in a variety of styles and materials, from plastic and wood to ceramic and crystal. Most come in matching combinations with knobs for doors and handles for doors and drawers.
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Oak Kitchen Cabinet Doors

Update Cabinet Doors Select new cabinet doors made from solid wood, rigid thermofoil or bamboo. Then, choose your overlay style. Solid wood Available in maple, cherry and oak Can be personalized with finishes, stains, paint and glazes Rigid thermofoil Thin, layered plastic coating fused to medium density fiberboard (MDF) with heat and pressure Available in a wide range of colors and styles Bamboo Attractive and an eco-friendly renewable resource Available in a large selection of bamboo finishes An overlay is how the cabinet doors lay on the cabinet face. There are two overlay styles. Standard overlays (aka “traditional” overlays) leave the face of the cabinet box visible around doors and drawers, creating a type of frame. Full overlays have the cabinet doors mounted so they completely cover the cabinet box with virtually no cabinet frame showing around doors and drawer fronts. Cabinet Hardware Hardware such as cabinet hinges, handles, knobs and pulls can make your cabinets function more easily and are a finishing touch to define your décor. The type of cabinet you have partly determines the type of hinges used on it. Framed cabinets have hinges attached to the door and the frame, while frameless cabinets have hinges attached to the door and the wall. European (“concealed”) hinges are not visible when the door is closed. They provide a sleek, clean appearance and are often used with contemporary styles. Most of these hinges are self-closing and commonly limit the door to opening 110 degrees. European hinges are always used on full overlay cabinet doors or frameless cabinets. Traditional (“exposed”) hinges show on the outside of the cabinet and are used with traditional cabinet styles. Types include spring-loaded self-closing barrel hinges and knife hinges, which allow the door to open 180 degrees. Cabinet handles or pulls come in a variety of styles and materials, from plastic and wood to ceramic and crystal. Most come in matching combinations with knobs for doors and handles for doors and drawers.
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Oak Kitchen Cabinet Doors

Like us On Facebook Follow Us On Pinterest Custom Cabinet Doors We offer high quality kitchen cabinet doors, bathroom cabinet doors and drawer fronts. Custom cabinet doors and unfinished cabinet doors are available, along with thermofoil cabinet doors. Our replacement cabinet doors are available in many styles and wood choices. Check us Out on Houzz Ideas to renew your kitchen & bathroom cabinets Follow Us
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Oak Kitchen Cabinet Doors

Custom Cabinet Doors We offer high quality kitchen cabinet doors, bathroom cabinet doors and drawer fronts. Custom cabinet doors and unfinished cabinet doors are available, along with thermofoil cabinet doors. Our replacement cabinet doors are available in many styles and wood choices.
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Oak Kitchen Cabinet Doors

We, at Amish Cabinet Doors, build high quality unfinished wood kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors and drawer fronts at affordable pricing. Cabinet doors and drawer fronts are built to your measurements and specifications for your project. The cabinet doors are sanded to 180 grit and ready for your finish. We have a time tested boxing method to protect your order during shipping, with shipping within twenty , twelve , or seven working days. For more than 30 years, we have supplied homeowners, builders, and custom cabinet shops with custom built doors and drawer fronts in many wood species. Questions?? We are only a phone call away 920-450-8811. We also custom build dovetail drawer boxes in many woods. Drawer boxes are built and shipped fully assembled and finished, or as components ready for your assembly. Whether you need one door for a home project, a few doors for remodeling your kitchen, or a reliable source for your business, Amish Cabinet Doors wants to be your supplier. Read what customers are saying.
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Oak Kitchen Cabinet Doors

We offer high quality kitchen cabinet doors, bathroom cabinet doors and drawer fronts. Custom cabinet doors and unfinished cabinet doors are available, along with thermofoil cabinet doors. Our replacement cabinet doors are available in many styles and wood choices.
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Oak Kitchen Cabinet Doors

We, at Amish Cabinet Doors, build high quality unfinished wood kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors and drawer fronts at affordable pricing. Cabinet doors and drawer fronts are built to your measurements and specifications for your project. The cabinet doors are sanded to 180 grit and ready for your finish. We have a time tested boxing method to protect your order during shipping, with shipping within twenty , twelve , or seven working days. For more than 30 years, we have supplied homeowners, builders, and custom cabinet shops with custom built doors and drawer fronts in many wood species. Questions?? We are only a phone call away 920-450-8811.
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Oak Kitchen Cabinet Doors

× Wood Types Birch Natural Birch is a medium density hardwood with a fine, moderate grain pattern that ranges from straight to wavy or curly. The predominant sapwood color is white to creamy yellow, while the heartwood varies in color from medium or dark brown to reddish brown which may result in color variation within the same door. This range in color makes a distinctive statement in your Birch cabinetry selection. Rustic Birch Natural Birch is a medium density hardwood with a fine, moderate grain pattern that ranges from straight to wavy or curly. The predominant sapwood color is white to creamy yellow, while the heartwood varies in color from medium or dark brown to reddish brown which may result in color variation within the same door. Rustic Birch may include some combination of open knots, wormholes and mineral streaks reflecting the inherent beauty of the natural characteristics of wood. Cherry Cherry is a rich, multi-colored hardwood, often used in fine furniture. In its raw state, cherry has pinkish-brown hues with occasional shades of white, green, pink or grey. Small gum pockets, streaks, pin knots and figures are common wood characteristics. Natural or light stains accent the color variations in cherry, while very dark stains soften its complexity. All cherry wood naturally darkens or “mellows” with age. Quartersawn Cherry Cherry is a rich, multi-colored hardwood, often used in fine furniture. In its raw state, cherry has pinkish-brown hues with occasional shades of white, green, pink or grey. Small gum pockets, streaks, pin knots and figures are common wood characteristics. Natural or light stains accent the color variations in cherry, while very dark stains soften its complexity. All cherry wood naturally darkens or “mellows” with age. Quartersawn refers to the method of cutting the Cherry. Boards are cut through the radius of the rings allowing wavy grain and flaked patterns to show on the face. Rustic Cherry Rustic Cherry is a rich, multi-colored hardwood, often used in fine furniture. In its raw state, cherry has pinkish-brown hues with occasional shades of white, green, pink or grey. Small gum pockets, streaks, pin knots and figures are common wood characteristics. Natural or light stains accent the color variations in cherry, while very dark stains soften its complexity. All cherry wood naturally darkens or “mellows” with age. Rustic cherry may include some combination of open knots, wormholes and mineral streaks reflecting the inherent beauty of the natural characteristics of wood. Hickory Hickory is a strong, open-grained wood that is known for its flowing grain pattern and dramatic variation in color. Hickory often contains random pecks, burls and mineral streaks. A single hickory door might vary from light to deep brown when finished in light or natural stains. Darker stains will mildly tone these color variations, but these very characteristics make each hickory kitchen or bath unique. Rustic Hickory Rustic Hickory is a strong, open-grained wood that is known for its flowing grain pattern and dramatic variation in color. Hickory often contains random pecks, burls and mineral streaks. A single hickory door might vary from light to deep brown when finished in light or natural stains. Darker stains will mildly tone these color variations, but these very characteristics make each hickory kitchen or bath unique. Rustic hickory may include some combination of open knots, wormholes and mineral streaks reflecting the inherent beauty of the natural characteristics of wood. Maple Maple is a strong wood that is primarily off-white in its raw state. However, maple sometimes contains light hues of yellow-brown and pink as well as light tan or reddish-tinged streaks that darken with stain. Typically straight-grained, maple can be wavy or even curly. Hard maple offers more uniformity than other wood types, making it ideal for living spaces that feature a clean, streamlined appearance. Quartersawn Maple Maple is a strong wood that is primarily off-white in its raw state. However, maple sometimes contains light hues of yellow-brown and pink as well as light tan or reddish-tinged streaks that darken with stain. Typically straight-grained, maple can be wavy or even curly. Hard maple offers more uniformity than other wood types, making it ideal for living spaces that feature a clean, streamlined appearance. Quartersawn refers to the method of cutting the Maple. Boards are cut through the radius of the rings allowing wavy grain and flaked patterns to show on the face. Oak Oak has a prominent, open grain ranging in color from white, to yellow, to reddish brown. Sometimes streaked with green, yellow or black mineral deposits, red oak’s strong grain often varies from closely knit to a distinctive, sweeping arch pattern. Thermofoil Available in White or Cream, thermofoil cabinet doors feature a flawless, silky-smooth surface. Thermofoil material is applied to medium-density fibreboard (MDF) using an intense heat and pressure-bonding process to ensure durability. Made of laminate, thermofoil finish provides a uniform look from door to door and is easy to clean.

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