Wood doors are constructed of solid wood frames with either wood or MDF center panels. Panels can either be flat for a transitional style or raised for a more traditional style. Various wood species, combined with stain are used to produce the desired aesthetic. Doors can be made with paint-grade birch, maple or MDF. The graining of the wood can either run horizontal or vertical and is available in various cuts providing either a close linear grain as in rift-sawn or quarter sawn or a wider grain with more cathedrals in plain-sawn.


Wood doors provide a natural beauty to the space.  Solid hardwood doors can be refinished rather than replaced to reflect a new design. Endless design possibilities from dark to light, affordable maple to exotic cherry wood cabinets are available in styles and colors to suit any setting.



Wood doors and drawer fronts can be used for a wide variety of spaces and styles. Painted shaker-style doors are especially popular right now in transitional kitchens and baths.

Wood Doors