Published at Wednesday, December 27th, 2017 - 18:26:24 PM. Kitchen Cabinet. By Tiffney Monnier.
This can be called the commonest of the styles for kitchen cabinet doors. An all-time favorite, the Mission style of doors have clean lines and therefore are suitable for all types of kitchens. The Mission cabinet door has a flat, framed center panel inset. If you are looking for extra appeal and beauty, you can replace the center panel with glass. It is the wood coloration and the natural grain of oak that imparts the Mission-style cabinet doors the beauty and splendor that it boasts of. You will never find the Mission-style kitchen cupboard doors going out of trend. In fact they will blend with whatever changes you make to the kitchen.
As a kitchen cabinet door style, the Shaker style is quite similar to the Mission and the Raised Panel style. It has the flat central panel and a wide wood frame that surrounds the panel, outlining the door. The difference between the Shaker style door and the Mission style door is that the former has a slightly softer look while the latter one emphasizes more on the strength of the door and has additional slats and vertical lines. Another difference between the Shaker and Mission style of kitchen doors is that the former is made from cherry, maple or walnut wood while the latter one is made generally from oak.
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