Design-Craft Cabinetry: Wood Door Styles

We are excited about the Design-Craft Cabinetry Line, so we would like to share some more information with you, about their Wood Door Styles.

Each natural wood style is finished with a satin or semi-gloss finish top-coat that preserves the beauty of your room, and protects against day-to-day wear.

Here are the woods that Design-Craft uses:

Cherry: the esteemed look of cherry ranges from light pink to varying shades of brown, and deepens in color with age.

Hickory: bold, prominent grain patterns are characteristic of hickory. Additional features include: burls, pin knots, mineral streaks and small sound knots.

Knotty Alder: the rustic nature of this light brown wood showcases pin knots, open and closed knots, and mineral streaks that are embedded in uniform straight-grain patterns.

Maple: the smooth texture and uniform grain patterns have a visible color range of creamy white to varying shades of brown, and turns amber with age.

Oak: arching grain patterns are typical of the classic oak species. Natural wood colors range from light tans to dark reds and browns.

Quartersawn Oak: the unique cutting of this oak creates close-knit vertical gran patterns that display a textured and figured appearance. Oak ranges in color from light tan to brown.

Calistoga In Cherry


There are many different door styles to choose from, all of them to help make your cabinetry truly yours.
Cabinets Extraordinaire’s, Sharon Hicks’ top choice is Calistoga, simple but elegant.

Valencia in Maple

Another two members of the Cabinets Extraordinaire family, Jana and Kerri’s top choice is Valencia. The simple details make it a stand-out style for them.

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