Are you trying to pinpoint the aesthetic of your next kitchen cabinets? With so much emphasis on the look of your cabinets, selecting the right door style is a significant decision in the kitchen design process.
Lucky for you, we’re here to help!
At Deslaurier Custom Cabinets, we have over 40 years of experience designing and manufacturing high-quality custom cabinets that equally prioritize beauty and function. In doing so, we’ve accumulated an impressive collection of unique cabinet door styles to ensure there’s an option that matches every customer’s needs.
We’ve made it our goal to provide you with a helping hand in achieving your dream kitchen. In this article, we’ll present our most popular cabinet door styles, colours, and stains, so you can envision the kitchen aesthetic you’ve always wanted.
With that, let’s get into Deslaurier’s most popular cabinet door styles!
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Cabinet Door Styles at Deslaurier
At Deslaurier, the sheer amount of cabinet door styles in our catalogue is astounding. We offer 70+ unique styles, ranging from raised panel doors to shaker doors to slab doors.
That’s not all! From there, you can choose five-piece or one-piece construction, explore unique materials in Deslaurier’s Modern Line, and customize your selection with our dozens of available paints and stains. The list of design possibilities is truly endless!
Plus, our product development team is continually working on new door styles to make your home impress, dazzle, inspire, and stand out from the rest.
Does the number of selections seem overwhelming? It doesn’t have to be.
We condensed our catalogue down to a list of our most popular cabinet door styles. Take a look below for an overview of what our customers love the most!
The list below is in no particular order and does not reflect the popularity or sales performance of Deslaurier door styles.
5-Piece Cabinet Door Styles
As you'll soon notice, this list includes a large amount of 5-piece door construction. With that, we thought it would be useful to detail what exactly a 5-piece cabinet door style consists of.
As you might have guessed, 5-piece door are constructed out using 5 individual segments. A 5-piece cabinet door consists of one center panel, while two "stiles" (running vertically) and two "rails" (running horizontally) form the frame of the door.
Depending on the door profile, the joint where the stiles and rails meet will either be a miter-joint (each piece cut at 45 degrees to join at a 90 degree angle) or a butt-joint (two flat ends abutting against one another).
When it comes to kitchen design styles, 5-piece doors offer a wide variety of flexibility. 5-piece doors with a flat panel and sleek stiles and rails can be seamlessly integrated into anything from a streamlined modern design to a warm and airy transitional kitchen. 5-piece doors also offer the potential for raised center panels and more decorative stiles and rails. All of which can be used to achieve a more traditional cabinet design style.
At Deslaurier, all of our 5-piece cabinet door styles are available in birch, cherry, maple, oak, walnut, and rift-cut white oak. MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) is also available for a painted finish.
Our Most Popular Cabinet Doors
With that, let's get down to our list of the most popular cabinet door styles at Deslaurier!
The Brookfield door style is a 5-piece stile and rail construction door with a ¼” panel insert. The stiles and rails are 2 ¼” wide for both doors and drawers, with a clean-cut 90-degree angle edge profile.
Check out the Brookfield door style in action in our Ebony & Ivory showcase!
A cousin of the Brookfield door style, The Northfield is a 5-piece door style with a ¼” panel insert and 2 ¼”-wide stiles and rails. Unlike the Brookfield, however, the doors and drawers feature an interior edge with a small integrated cove moulding.
The Crestfield door is another 5-piece stile and rail construction door with a ¼” panel insert. What sets the Crestfield style apart is its intricate rounded exterior edge profile and nuanced tiered interior edge.
The Canfield door style has the exact construction of the Brookfield, only with wider stiles and rails. The Canfield door stiles and rails are 3” wide. The drawers also have 3” stiles, with 1 ¾” wide rails.
The Lichfield is a thin 5-piece shaker style cabinet door style with mitred construction and a ¼" panel insert. The exterior frame profile is 1", however the interior is 2 ¼" to accept cabinet hardware.
Bayfield doors and drawers have a mitered framed construction with a 1/4” veneer centre panel insert. The door rails are 2 7/16” wide, while the accompanying drawer rails have a width of 1 3/4”.
Here is Deslaurier's "Bayfield" door style in Maple with a clear stain.
Fairfield doors and drawers have a mitered framed construction with a 1/4” veneer panel insert. Their door rails are 3” wide, while their drawer framing is a much slimmer 1 3/4” wide.
Our Yorkfield doors and drawers offer are a mitered framed construction with a 1/4” veneer panel insert. Door rails are 2 3/4” wide, with drawer rails an inch narrower at 1 3/4” wide.
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A classic, our Westfield doors and drawers are a mitered framed construction accompanied by a 1/4” veneer centre panel insert. Door rails are 2 1/2” wide, while drawer rails have a slightly narrower 2” width.
Wakefield's doors and drawers are a mitered framed construction with a 1/4" veneer centre panel. The door stiles and rails are 2 1/4" wide, with the accompanying drawers with a width of 1 3/4".
Lakefield doors and drawers have a 5-piece stile and rail construction with a 1/4” veneer centre panel insert. This door model uses a Crestfield style drawer front to accompany a more ornamented and traditional door aesthetic. Both the door and drawer designs have stile and rail widths of 2 1/4”.
One of our most unique styles, the Stonewood doors and drawers have a 5-piece stile and rail construction with a 7/16” solid panel insert. The centre panel features decorative beading at 1 1/2” with door stiles and rails both 2 1/4” wide. The drawers vary slightly from the doors, with similar stiles of 2 1/4” width, but rails at 1 3/4” wide.
Deslaurier's "Baywood" doors and drawers are a mitered framed construction with a concave solid panel insert. Their door rails are 2 7/16” wide, and their drawer rails are 1 3/4” wide.
Here is a Baywood door style in MDF with Deslaurier's "Chateau" painted finish.
Deslaurier's "Grandview" 5-piece door styles has stile and rail construction with a convex solid panel insert. The door stiles and rails are 2 3/4” wide, while the drawer stiles are 2 3/4” wide accompanied with 2” wide drawer rails.
Crestwood doors and drawers are 5-piece stile and rail construction with concave solid panel insert. The doors have a 2 1/4” wide frame. The pairing drawers have stiles of 2 1/4” wide and rails that are 1 3/4” wide.
The Inglefield doors and drawers have a 5-piece stile and rail construction with a 1/4" veneer panel insert and an applied inner moulding on the face of the frame. The doors have a substantial frame with stiles rails measuring 3” wide. The drawer stiles are also 3" but are accompanied by narrower rails that are 2” wide.
The Urban is Deslaurier's most prominent 1-piece door style. The Urban is a slab (flat) door with solid wood edging. All of our 1-piece slab door styles come in our natural wood and MDF materials, as well as thermofoil, textured melamine, PET, acrylic, and HPL (high pressure laminate).
Design with Deslaurier Custom Cabinets
At Deslaurier, we believe there’s a cabinet door style in our collection for every design taste. Book a free consultation and through our extensive door style catalogue with a Deslaurier kitchen expert at our Jupiter, Florida showroom today!
If you have your eye on custom cabinetry, Deslaurier Custom Cabinets has everything you need. With over 40 years of experience to our name, we provide our clients with a fully customized design process with our talented team of designers.