When planning your kitchen remodel, one of the elements to consider is your cabinet door style. There’s a wide range of panels, from raised to flat to the more intricate patterns of beaded panels. Let’s take a look at the more popular choices and see what they bring to the table.
- Flat Panel – By far the most popular cabinet door style, flat panels have dramatically eclipsed the raised panel. The Pendleton and Pendleton W offer a flat, sleek design that appeals to many homeowners who’ve adopted a transitional style for their new kitchen. Both of these styles blend in well with a cope and stick frame, with smooth edges surrounding a flat panel in the center.
- Beaded Panel – Beading on the center of the panel adds texture to your kitchen. Choose from variations such as a flat center panel and smooth edges for an extra touch of elegance.
- Inset Door – The distinctive inset door style fits flush with the cabinet frame. Unlike most other types of cabinet doors, insets don’t extend over the edges and borders where the doors open and close.