Traditional Assembly Doors: Kent Moore Cabinets traditionally assembled doors are constructed with a Cope & Stick joint that have multiple tooling choices which offer a vast variety of design options.
They can have different center panels to give them even more unique looks, and these door styles will accept different outside edges.
Miter Frame Assembly Doors: Miter frame assembly doors come together at 45 degree angles in the corners.
These doors are milled and constructed differently to give the fronts contours that cannot be achieved with traditional assembly.
Miter frame doors can have different center panels to give them even more unique looks. Flat Center Panel The center panel of the door is flat, beaded, or V-Grooved.
Flat Panel Doors: Flat Panel Doors are often favored by those who prefer sleek, clean designs and can be traditional, transitional and even contemporary.
They can be built from HDF (High Density Fiberboard), plywood, and solid lumber based on the tooling, material and finish.
Raised Center Panel: The center panel of the door is raised with a profile or contour. Raised panel cabinet doors are the most common traditional and transitional styles.
They can be built from HDF (High Density Fiberboard), veneered assembly, and solid lumber based on the tooling,material and finish.
Open Center: The center of a door can be left open to accept glass.
Slab Cabinet Doors: A slab door is a flat door with no frame or panel.
Slab cabinet doors are intentionally simplistic and are usually selected for transitional and contemporary designs.
They can be made from HDF (High Density Fiberboard) or a veneered assembly.
Routed Cabinet Doors: Routed cabinet doors are one-piece doors that are precision cut on a CNC router to the exact size and shape specified.
They are cut from HDF (High Density Fiberboard) and are strongly preferred when painting, due to their consistent acceptance of paint and the absence of joints.
Most Kent Moore Cabinets traditionally assembled doors can be made in a router version.