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Cabinet doors are one of the most visible elements of your kitchen and can drive the overall style of your space. Here you can explore the differences in panels, frames, and other characteristics that can create the texture you want to evoke in your new kitchen. Whether your aesthetic is sleek and smooth clean lines of a modern style, the warmth and timeless charm of a transitional style cabinet, or if you love a more formal traditional design inspired by an elegant furniture look, we offer a wide selection of popular and unique door styles using the finest materials available. Our design consultants will help you navigate the types of door styles to consider and find the right fit for your home.
Duralam doors are exclusively milled for Mr. Cabinet Care. The next generation in laminate, the doors are composed of an MDF (medium-density fiberboard) core, which differs from particleboard, making it more sturdy. Laminate foil is wrapped around the doors using high heat and vacuum sealing. In addition to their cost-benefit these doors are highly durable, will not change color over time and are non-porous making them easy to maintain. Click here to see additional colors from our Duralam line.
If clean, modern lines are more your style, we have a collection that is sure to add some sophistication to any homeowner’s space. These sleek door styles range from horizontal or vertical grain patterns to ultra modern high gloss finishes. Click here to see additional colors from our Skyline and Acrylic line.
Available in Cherry, Alder, Maple, Beech and Oak, our solid wood doors are made of hand selected materials to ensure that the variations are minimized. Once you select one of our exclusive stains, all of our wood materials are finished at our factory prior to being installed to ensure a fine furniture finish for your cabinets. We offer one of the best finishes in the industry that is both chemical and water resistant. Click here to see additional colors from our Duracore line.