The style of each unique cabinet design is defined by several components: door style, finish and wood species. Further embellish your cabinets with a selection of edging, moulding and center panels appropriate to your custom design.

Door Styles

The fundamental building block of cabinetry design is door style. Cabinet Innovations offers over 200 different door styles, from traditional to contemporary designs. Here we share a selection of our most popular doors to inspire your imagination. Our designers will create your perfect combination of door styles, wood species and finishes.

  • Slab A slab door has the appearance of a solid piece of wood, with no raised or recessed profile. It is typically used in contemporary designs, offering clean, sleek lines.
  • Recessed Panel A flat panel is held between the stiles and rails similar to a picture frame. This style is often used in contemporary, transitional, and traditional applications dependent upon the many different edge designs and moldings available.
  • Raised Panel A raised panel consists of a center panel that is raised above or even with the door frame. The raised panel can have several shapes. Several edge designs and molding are available with a raised panel door. This style is typically traditional.

Finishes

Each of our product lines offer multi-step finishes designed to highlight the beauty of the wood, and depending on the cabinet line, they are protected with a catalyzed varnish for lifetime durability.  Our cabinet lines use time-tested furniture finishing techniques to create an incredible variety of looks tailored to any home. Whether it is a solid color or grain-enhancing stain, their multi-step process highlights the beauty of the wood, while a catalyzed oven-baked topcoat protects the finish for a lifetime of beauty and durability.

  • Stain Finishes are designed to show off the unique patterns of the wood grain. By wetting the wood to raise the grain before hand-staining each piece, these procedures produce rich colors that enhance the wood’s natural beauty, while glazing and physical distressing options create a distinctive finish.
  • Opaque Finishes are a solid opaque color, enhanced with glaze and distressed for a more custom look. These finishes receive high-quality treatments to ensure beauty and lifetime durability. Extensive handwork is performed between each process to ensure the best quality finish.
  • Distressed Finishes Time and use give furniture a distinctive look. Our cabinet lines provide a variety of techniques to their exclusive stain and opaque finishes to recreate the signs of aging. Whether it’s the soft finish of a well cared for heirloom or the wear marks of generations of heavy use, our cabinet lines allow us the possibility to create the distressed finish you have in mind.
  • Custom Finishes We strive to offer a wide selection of finish options, however, there will inevitably be times when the colors available are not quite right for your project. For that reason we offer a custom color matching process to help you get exactly the color you need. Whether the color is on a piece of wallpaper, a coffee mug or a section of your grandfather’s barn floor, if it is what makes your project come together, we want to make it happen.

Woods

Knotty Alder: A medium denisity hardwood, that naturally features a color range from pale pinkish-brown to a light tan/honey color. May also include varying grain patterns, mineral streaks, gum pockets, bird pecks, knots and other natural characteristics.
Cherry: A richly elegant hardwood, characterized by a close grain pattern, gum streaks and subtle color variations. Cherry tends to darken with age-a natural process that enhances its warmth and charm.
Knotty Cherry: All of the natural character of Cherry, including knots and checks, gives it a true rustic Cherry Look.
Maple: A finely grained hardwood favored for its distinctive burl patterns.
Heartwood Maple: The rustic natural beauty of Maple, including its mineral streaks, checks, and heavier burl, is usually found in the wood that comes from the center of the tree.
Oak: A hardwood valued for its resilience and prominent grain, beauty and strength.
Quarter Sawn Oak: Quartersawn is a method of sawing oak. Quarter sawn oak shows a prominent ray fleck.
Pine: A warm, softwood with swirling grain and random knots, purposely distressed to give it a softened antique quality.
Walnut: Color ranges from grey/brown to dark purplish brown. The sapwood is very prevalent with a creamy contrasting color.  It is important to note that walnut tends to lighten with exposure to sunlight.

Wood Veneers

Birds Eye Maple: A premium grade Maple with Birds Eye characteristics.
Rift-Cut Oak: A premium very consistent veneer developed in Europe. The process includes cutting the logs into veneer, dying them for consistent color, gluing the veneer into a block and re-cutting the block on an exact angle to create very consistent Rift-Cut Oak Veneer. The Rift-Cut Oak Veneer is also available in a horizontal or vertical fell face pattern in 17 standard finishes.
Bamboo, Macassar Ebony,Mahogany, Teak, Zebra Wood: are exotic veneers that are available on the contemporary doors. Decorative Rattan, Herringbone, and Olive Ash Burl veneers are available as inserts.
Other Finish Options: Our newest contemporary finishes include, but are not limited to the following: Laminate, High-Gloss Laminate, Sculptured (textured) Laminate, Gloss Acrylic, Gloss Foil, Thermal Structured Melamine, High-Gloss Lacquer, and Stainless Steel.