KITCHEN CABINET DOOR STYLES

Close up of kitchen cabinet door types from Dura Supreme Cabinetry

No matter what your particular design preference, Double glazing has cabinet door style choices to work with every design and theme, from traditional or shaker, to rustic or contemporary.  The cabinet door design, along with your selection of finish and wood species, sets the tone and style for your entire kitchen. Double glazing offers a beautiful array of cabinet styles to work with every décor.

There are several types of cabinet doors including; Flat Panel, Raised Panel, Slab, Mullion, and Accent doors.  Although some types of cabinet doors work best for specific design themes (for example, flat panel doors are the most popular choice for transitional or modern designs) many door styles work beautifully in a variety of designs. 

Browse our door collections below and discover which kitchen cabinet door types will work beautifully for your home!

FLAT PANEL CABINET DOORS

Flat Panel Cabinet Styles by Dura Supreme Cabinetry. Kitchen Cabinets Door Styles.

The center panel of the cabinet door is flat rather than raised or contoured.  Flat panel doors are favored by those who prefer sleek, clean designs.  Flat panel cabinet doors can be traditional, transitional and even contemporary. 

RAISED PANEL CABINET DOORS

Raised Panel Cabinet Styles by Dura Supreme Cabinetry. Raised Panel Kitchen Cabinets Door Styles.

The center panel of the cabinet door is raised with a profile or contour.  Raised panel cabinet doors work well for traditional and transitional looks.

SLAB CABINET DOORS

Slab Cabinet Styles by Dura Supreme Cabinetry. Contemporary and Transitional Slab Kitchen Cabinets Door Styles.

A slab cabinet door style is a solid door with no frame or panel.  Slab cabinet door styles are usually selected for transitional and contemporary designs. 

MULLION & ACCENT CABINET DOORS

Mullion Cabinet Doors & Accent Cabinet Door Styles by Dura Supreme Cabinetry. Accent Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinets Door Styles.

An accent cabinet door is not used throughout the entire kitchen, but is used as a decorative accent.  This can include glass doors, mullion doors, leaded glass doors, louver doors, aluminum frame doors, etc.