From traditional to creative, you get almost unlimited design choices in unfinished cabinet doors. Browse our basic door styles above, then customize by choosing from a wide range of panels, frames and edge profiles.
Our cabinet doors, available in many species, are engineered and built to the highest quality standards. We offer three types of door construction: Cope, Full Miter, and Miter Bead. All three feature mortise and tenon joinery.
Our cabinet doors are available in three types of door construction: Cope, Full Miter, and Miter Bead. All three feature mortise and tenon joinery.
Cope Joint (100 - 189 Style Doors)
The Cope 100 - 189 Style Doors are our most commonly used style of door. We offer a wide selection of proﬁles which may be used with this style of door. The Cope Joint is simply a reverse cut of the Frame Proﬁle on the ends of the cross pieces with a hidden Mortise & Tenon. This gives you a strong yet very cost-efﬁcient way of building a door.
With the 100 - 189 Style Doors the proﬁle may not exceed 3/8" from edge of frame. Standard frame size for 100 - 189 Style Doors includes 2-1/4" uprights with 2-3/4" cross pieces. However, for a modest surcharge, you may specify these widths to your preferences.
Full Miter Joint (190 Style Doors)
The Full Miter 190 Style Doors are the choice for anyone who likes to see more proﬁle on their door frame. This style of frame is also constructed with hidden Mortise & Tenon joinery. With our precise CNC machining this allows for a very accurate and durable miter joint. The 190 Style Frame must have equal width uprights and cross pieces.
Miter Bead Joint (191 Style Doors)
The Miter Bead 191 Style Doors are uniquely styled doors which provide the best of both worlds. This style of door allows you to have more profile than the Coped 100 Style Door, but with only the profile being mitered you do not get the Full Miter 190 Style Door appearance. CNC machined with hidden Mortise & Tenon construction for maximum strength and durability, the Miter Bead 191 Style Door allows for up to 1" of profile on the frame. Frame width is selected by customer.
Full Miter Joint
Miter Bead Joint
To keep floating panels centered and prevent rattling, we use compression spacers. These rubber balls are used to minimize the effects of expansion and contraction of the panels.