Kitchen Cabinets are one of the most often used kitchen cabinet hardware at our homes. Their main important role is storage of kitchen utensils, food and groceries; moreover, they bring unique look and style to our kitchen. If you are planning to improve your kitchen on the budget, refacing kitchen cabinet doors is one of the most cost effective ways for a kitchen makeover.
The most common cabinet doors joinery methods are: miter and cope & stick. Many people have a question, what joinery method is the best? The answer is, there is no best method. Depending on application and materials that are being used, different joinery methods apply. The important factor is also the visual appearance.
Miter Cabinet Doors are a great choice for your kitchen remodeling project. Each piece of wood is cut at an angle, which hides the end grain of each board. These cabinet doors have pleasing look and will bring new atmosphere to your kitchen.
Here are some of the Miter Cabinet Doors we offer:
|Delaware Kitchen Cabinet Door||Charleston Kitchen Cabinet Door||Islander Kitchen Cabinet Door|
Cope and Stick Cabinet Doors are another way of joinery method that uses special router bits to cut profiles in the stiles and rails of a frame door.
|Auburn Kitchen Cabinet Door||Augustine Kitchen Cabinet Door||Cheyenne Kitchen Cabinet Door|
One of the easiest and cost effective ways to improve your cabinetry is to reface your kitchen cabinet doors. Think about this, if your kitchen cabinets are made from quality wood, why would you need to replace it? We offer quality unfinished cabinet doors in a wide variety of wood species: alder, cherry, oak, knotty pine and etc. You can give your kitchen a beautiful look without spending a lot of time and money.