Recess Panel Cabinet Doors Add Visual Depth to Cabinetry

Featuring a slightly depressed center panel that is outlined with grooved profiles and edges, recess panel cabinet doors can add visual depth and intriguing dimension to your cabinetry. This door type is extremely popular and can be found in many woods and finishes. The framework that surrounds the recess panel of these cabinet doors can also incorporate arches, rounded or squared angles, and beveled trims – all working to enhance the aesthetic charm of your cabinetry.

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Our Recessed Panel Cabinet Door Selection

At Cabinet Doors ‘N’ More, we supply time-tested, high-end cabinetry from trusted manufacturers, ensuring our customers receive timeless pieces that are crafted to last for decades. Available in several configurations, our recessed panel cabinet doors can be customized to best suit your needs. For example, you can choose from five wood species:

  • Paint-grade hard maple
  • Red oak
  • Medium-density fiberboard (MDF)
  • Hard maple
  • Cherry

Or, you can opt for a white Rigid Thermofoil (RTF) finish – a high-quality surface that features a seamless construction, smooth finish, and vibrant color consistency throughout the entire door.

In addition to these variations, we offer matching recess panel drawer fronts, providing you the opportunity to streamline the look of your cabinetry.

Start Your Order

Ready to buy recess panel cabinet doors for your home? Cabinet Doors ‘N’ More is the one-stop online shop you can go to for a streamlined ordering process. We also provide free shipping on all products we offer, meaning you can order high-end cabinet parts without an additional fee.

Make sure when ordering your new replacement cabinet drawer fronts that you provide the exact measurements you need. See our How to measure guide for more information.