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Liberty Raised Panel Cabinet Door in Cathedral Style
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Liberty Raised Panel Cabinet Door in Cathedral Style

Our Liberty Raised Panel Cabinet Door is a "high arch" Raised Panel, Cope & Stick door.
Min. Width - 9 1/2"
Min. Height - 9 1/2"
The stiles & rails are machined with our StileCut SC1.
The stiles and bottom rail are 2 1/4" wide. The top rail is 4 1/2" wide at the edges and arches to 2 1/4" at the top of the arch.
The Panel is machined with our standard Panel Cut PC0, and the outside edge is our #2.
Starting from: $19.27
This door is shown in color-selected Red Oak.

Product ID: 928
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Liberty Raised Panel Cabinet Door in Cathedral Style

The starting point for every kitchen, the bone structure of the room, is its cabinetry. Our kitchen cabinets are an attractive, durable solution to your refacing project.

Our current selection of wood species include alder, knotty alder, ash, cherry, hickory, knotty hickory, oak, knotty oak, clear pine, knotty pine, maple, knotty maple, white birch, oak, and paint grade.

Pine Knotty Alder Knotty Hickory Knotty Maple Knotty Oak Knotty Pine Paint Grade
Alder Ash Cherry Hickory Maple Oak White Birch








IMPORTANT: For all paint grade material selections, the panel will be produced with a MDF (Medium Density Fiber Board) panel whenever possible.  Certain panel cuts require the use of an all wood panel and that wood selection will be based on current inventory on the manufacturing floor.

If you choose to paint our products, remember that due to the lack of elasticity in the paint it is likely that you will see cracks in the paint as the wood expands and contracts with the changes in humidity. These cracks will be most evident on the joints of the doors and the space between the panel and the stiles and rails.
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Cabinet Door Shapes
Square and cathedral designs are universally known by those terms, but other styles go by various names, depending on the manufacturer.

Species and color aside, wood doors are available in a vast array of styles but the selection can be simplified by grouping the choices into one of four different types of doors: slab, plank, frame and flat panel, and frame and raised panel.

Panel Types

Flat Panel

Flat-panel doors have a solid wood frame and a flat plywood or solid-wood panel. From left, a Square style Aspen Cabinet Door in maple.

Raised Panel

Raised-panel doors have a solid-wood frame and a solid-wood center panel. From right, a Tombstone style Colonial Cabinet Door in Alder.

Door frames may have butted mortise-and-tenon (Cope and Stick) construction or mitered construction. Mitered doors are more expensive.