Raised panel door
When the cabinet door has a center panel that is higher than the surrounding wood, it is a raised panel door. A raised panel door may also have arches or square edges.
Recessed panel door
A cabinet door with a center panel that is slightly depressed is referred to as a recessed panel door. A beveled trim in the recessed panel adds a touch of elegance.
Raised and recessed panel door joints are mitered, which conceals the joinery, producing a seamless and elegant picture frame design.
A cabinet door that is neither raised nor recessed and with no decorative elements is a slab.
Our Shaker-style cabinets are distinguished by a five-piece door with a recessed center panel. These door styles include 650, 420 and 410.
Why Waypoint® cabinetry makes sense
Waypoint® cabinets are made of quality materials and backed with a limited lifetime warranty. With a range of door styles, color choices, finishes and decorative accessories, Waypoint® meets a homeowner’s needs at a cost usually reserved for entry-level cabinetry. Waypoint® cabinetry is sold exclusively through independent dealers/designers—talented professionals who will help find the style that is uniquely you and who can make sure your new living space is exactly what you have in mind.
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