Welcome to CabinetNow! If you have been on our site before, you know that we carry 100’s of customizable cabinet doors, drawer fronts, drawer boxes, and drawer fronts. However, browsing through all of these to find your favorite may feel like a daunting task. That is why we created this list of our top 5 cabinets doors for sale on our site.
A kitchen remodel comes with a lot of decisions and homework on the part of the homeowner. Using our guide to find your next style is a great way to save time that you can spend perfecting your kitchen design or hunting down the biggest bargains on paints, stains, or whatever other supplies you will need for the project. You can use the links below to navigate through our list if you can’t wait to see our number 1 choice!
5. The Arlington Cabinet Door
The Arlington cabinet door offers a sleek flat design that is sure to impress. We offer the Arlington cabinet doors in a wide variety of thermofoil finishes and as raw MDF. Thermofoil is a vinyl laminate that is heated and pressurized onto an MDF core. MDF stands for “medium-density fiberboard” and is an engineered building material. It is made by breaking down wood fibers that are mixed with resins and wax before being pressed into sheets.
What puts the Arlington cabinet door in the 5th spot on our list is how well it can be used to design a modern kitchen or bathroom. When hung with a full overlay, the Arlington cabinet door can be used to create seamless walls of stunning colors. Our Thermofoil materials are available in finishes that range from glossy whites to brushed aluminum and wood tones such as dark Italian walnut and classic cherry.
4. The Quincy
A newer addition to our collection, the Quincy cabinet door has quickly jumped to the top of our favorites list. This cabinet door is made from veneer, which is a thin layer of wood. These doors are made by pressing veneer sheets onto a plywood core. This process may sound somewhat similar to the one described above for thermofoil cabinet doors.
The Quincy cabinet door is taking the veneer slab described above and then adding solid wood molding to it. The solid wood molding and the slab are a coordinating wood tone and grain pattern. The moldings meet at 45-degree angles to create stunning mitered joints. The Quincy veneer cabinet door is available in a variety of wood tones and is great for creating traditional and sophisticated spaces.
3. The Eagle
Landing in the number 3 spot, we have our Eagle cabinet doors. For those who came here looking for raised panel cabinet doors that are perfect for traditional and transitional spaces, look no further.
The Eagle cabinet door is made from your choice of solid wood or a combination of solid wood and MDF. This door features subtle detailing around the panel and frame, which offers the eye just enough to stay interested. In addition, you can add a few strategically placed glass cabinet doors by selecting to have your door prepared for a glass panel. We also have French lites to further enhance your designs.
2. The Laguna
Our runner-up for the top 5 cabinet doors for sale on CabinetNow is the Laguna cabinet door. This style could also be thought of as a “best of both worlds” approach to the door design. The Laguna offers a sleek shaker-style construction, but with elegant detail added to the inside edge that you normally don’t get with shaker-style doors.
The detailing on the inside edges creates beautiful straight lines. These lines add interest and dimension to the door. This effect is amplified by the cope-and-stick construction of the Laguna door. The cope-and-stick method, also known as a butt joint, joins the stiles and rails of the door at a 90-degree angle. Since the rails are placed between the stiles, this almost creates an illusion of straight lines running from top to bottom. These doors are great for creating stylish spaces in kitchens or bathrooms.
1. The Shaker
For those familiar with interior design and design trends, it should be no surprise to find the Shaker cabinet door in the top spot for our countdown. The shaker-style for cabinet doors has been around for well over 100 years, and surprisingly, it hasn’t changed too much. It is truly a testament to the old adage “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” let’s check out why we think the shaker cabinet door deserves the top spot in our countdown.
Why the Shaker Cabinet Door?
First, let’s start with how the Shaker cabinet got its name. This style of cabinetry is named after the group who made them: the Unity Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. Now, you might be a bit confused. As Nicholas Vincent at the MET notes, this group was more commonly referred to as the Shaker community. This is because the group was originally part of a larger community known as the Quakers.
The Shaker Design
Some of the core tenets of the Shaker community have to do with being modest in both style and ornamentation. This led the carpenters of the Shaker community to focus on the quality of the material used and of the craftsmanship. These sturdy doors quickly rose in popularity due to the superb skill of their carpenters. Today, Shaker cabinets are still made using the cope-and-stick method, it just has been updated to account for advances in woodworking tools.
However, modern Shaker cabinets are available in a wider variety of materials including thermofoil and MDF! We have even added a modern thermofoil line to incorporate the way interior designers are still experimenting with classic design. This modern line is also available in 20 exciting trendy colors. These colors range from sage green and navy blue to textured options that resemble wood grain. The fact that the Shaker style adapts so well to contemporary trends is another reason why this cabinet door is our #1.
And there you have it, the top 5 cabinet doors for sale on CabinetNow. These cabinet doors are American-made and get shipped right to your job site or front door. This means that you don’t have to waste time and gas driving back and forth to a box store or cabinet shop. In addition, we also offer $1 sample books to help you make your decisions on thermofoil materials or paint colors. They are two of the many resources we offer to help you ensure that you will be not only prepared but also excited when your cabinet doors arrive.
If you are ready to start ordering or if you need assistance, please feel free to call us at 1-855-669-5222 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team of cabinet experts is here to help with everything from measuring to ordering.