Here at Cornerstone Kitchens, we want to help you make your home the best it can be. If you are looking for a way to update your kitchen’s style, one effective option is to replace your cabinet doors. In this article, our team will go over a few of the most popular types of cabinet doors to help you decide which ones are right for you.
- Flat-Front. As the name suggests, flat-front cabinet doors consist of single panels of wood, giving them a completely flat front. The lack of ornamentation makes them a poor fit for some more traditional styles, but their clean lines are an excellent fit for more contemporary, minimalist design schemes.
- Shaker. Shaker cabinet doors are one of the most popular styles, as they fit with a wide variety of aesthetics. Shaker doors consist of a central panel with a raised outer frame, creating a look that has enough texture and interest to make it feel at home in more traditional styles while also being simple and clean enough to fit with more modern sensibilities.
- Beadboard. Beadboard cabinet doors are characterized by their unique construction, narrow slats of wood fitted together to create a larger piece. Many homeowners are drawn to beadboard doors for their distinctive striped appearance, which gives any room some appealing visual texture and makes the space seem warm and inviting. Beadboard is very well-suited to farmhouse and similar design styles but would not be a good fit for fans of contemporary or minimalist design.