Shelby raised arched custom cabinet doors are a traditional cabinet door style with an raised arch panel design that features a solid wood frame and solid wood insert panel. Solid wood panel Cabinet Doors provide the lasting appeal and unmistakable quality that no other style can. Classic raised panel designs are both attractive and versatile. The Shelby raised arched replacement cabinet doors feature a subtly accented edge profile and framing bead, as well as a gently tapered panel profile.
We recommend the traditional slab or Asheville raised square panel Drawer Fronts as options for this cabinet door style.Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) cabinet doors are now available and a perfect lower cost option for priming and painting your cabinet doors. Cabinet Doors 'N' More now offers white primer as an option to save time and money for your remodeling project. White is available for MDF and Paint Grade Hard Maple cabinet doors.
All of our replacement cabinet doors are custom made to your specifications so that your Do-It-Yourself (DIY) kitchen or bath remodeling project turns out as you envisioned. Make sure you measure correctly and visit our "How to measure cabinet doors" page to find out more information.
how are your doors put together
All of our solid wood Cabinet Doors are put together using a "mortese and tenon" method of joining the 2 rails and 2 stiles together and then attaching or "dadoing" the center panel to the frame. Thanks CDNM Customer Support
Are the doors shipped unfinished? I'm matching natural oak doors to cabinets that are 24 years old What sort of lead time would be required on 2 doors? Where would the doors be shipping from?
Yes. All of our solid wood Cabinet Doors are unfinished. Our lead time to ship, no matter the size of the order, is 10 business days.
The cabinet doors will ship from the Mid-Atlantic region.
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How are your measurements? The doors we have now are stated as 12 inch wide doors. However they measure 117/8 inches.
We can build and ship any Cabinet Doors measured to 1/16" of an inch so you can order a cabinet door at 11 7/8". We recommend measuring the back of the cabinet door to get the best measurement.
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