Brushy Creek Custom Doors section index
Custom Made 3D Laminate Doors for Kitchens, Bathroom, and Furniture Making
When most people think about cabinet doors, just the kitchen comes to mind. But there are so many other places in the home and office that they can be used. Most bathrooms have a few cabinet doors and a sink false front, some bathrooms have a dozen cabinet doors. Incredibly designed closets could have many built in chest of drawers and some hinged doors. Bedroom furniture has the same kind of doors. Laundry rooms, your garage, your office desk, your custom filing cabinet. Seems like cabinet doors are everywhere. And with creativity, the way you design your furniture projects can be endless.
Ordering doors, drawer fronts, and accessories for your kitchen or bathroom can be overwhelming. There are a lot of steps to get the right look, and the right stuff. This intro page is going to be a brief lesson on what criteria you need to select to have your doors built. We have a separate page, Measuring for your Cabinet Doors set up to help with measuring. Use that page for help when you are ready to start measuring.
This page outlines our various Brushy Creek Custom Doors pages. Then each page gives you a lot of helpful information about choices and what to select to order your cabinet doors.
DECIDE FIRST: Would I like a Raised Panel Door, A Flat Panel Door (also called recessed panel and Shaker Style), or a modern Slab Style (flat face). THEN:
- On Raised Panel Doors, page 2 and page 3: a) select style, b) select profile, c) select edge, d) select color, e) select options like matching backs, hinge boring, finger pulls.
- On Flat Panel Doors: a) select style (which is the profile too), b) select edge, c) select color, d) select any of those extra options.
- On Slab Doors: a) If standard slab, select edge choice, b) select color, c) select options like matching backs, hinge boring, finger pulls.
- On Specialty Slab Doors: a) select the style, b) select color, c) opt for hinge boring, d) matching back.
- Then with all doors, choose a matching drawer front style or slab drawer front. More info below, and on the various pages.
We do not post pricing on our door pages, because it is not simple. Every door profile, in groups, carries a different square foot pricing. Thus a beaded shaker door costs more than a normal shaker door, a simple inside rounded corner raised panel door is less than a routed square cut corner, and slab doors cost a little less due to less detail about them. Then all the 3D Laminate colors are priced differently by color group also. Textured woodgrains are more than smooth woodgrains. Solid colors cost less. Aspen White being the most popular white costs less. There are charges for hinge boring, finger pulls, and other options. So, all door inquiries are priced per quotation request. We offer no obligation quotes. It is just easier that way. So when you see this link On-line Ordering and Quotation form and variations of it, it will open our quote form in a new window. This will allow you to continue flipping back to the page(s) you came from and keep the form open in a separate window. It is a long form, most of it may not apply to you. There is plenty of room for free typed notes too. On a smart phone it will appear to be an excessively long form. We just want to cover the bulk of what can be ordered from Brushy Creek. So the form is extensive. We can do short quotes over the phone. But please, do not call us on the phone with a long list. Quoting doors does take a little bit of effort and much easier to do from your quotation form results. Then after we quote you, you can decide to proceed as an order if you like.
The first 6 pictures below are where you should begin. First 3 are the groupings of raised panel profiles. If interested in a shaker style or slab door, skip the first 4 pictures. Always ask us for help if you get lost or overwhelmed. And be sure to check out all those 3D Laminate colors. There are so many to choose from.
This page shows the lower priced raised panel door profiles. The profiles are the interior cut of the door. This page has designs with inside radius cuts (rounded inside corners).
This page has a greater number of raised panel door profiles. These profiles are fancier and have square inside corners for the profile cut. Thus they are slightly more expensive due to that process. They are available in arch top doors and frame only and mullion designs too. All raised panel doors are.
This is where you will see the difference between a square, arch, catherdral, Roman arch and other raised panel door designs. This is the shape of the inside cut. Not the profile, but how the square look converts to arches.
These are the popular Shaker Door designs, also called Mission Doors, Flat Panel Doors, Recessed Panel Doors. We like calling them Shaker Style. There are beaded shaker style options too. You can pick your edge choice for them, and of course your color, hinge options, and finger pull options. You can select matching drawer fronts, or opt for slab drawer fronts to compliment them.
Simple, yet modern, flat face cabinet doors and matching drawer fronts. Strong solid doors all the way across. Choose from the Standard design with optional edge choices, or from one of three specialty slab designs. Popular in higher end large kitchens.
This page shows the solid and woodgrain color selections. Doors, drawer fronts, moldings, valances, wine bottle racks, fluted fillers and pilasters, all come in these colors. Colors that allow matching backs for the doors will have a notation of availableness. Watch grain patterns. On some items you will select vertical or horizontal grain.
More detailed information on what frame only and mullion doors are. Doors suited for glass panels, predominately for upper cabinets, china hutches, and entertainment centers. You can add interior cabinet lighting behind them to show off your stuff. Pretty much a raised panel door with the panel missing. Info on profile selections, door styles, etc.
Sold by the linear foot, all are 48" or slightly wider, choose your length in 12" increments. It is not PSA. You will apply it to your face frames and cabinet box ends using contact cement. Can easily be cut to size with a straight edge and sharp razor. Same 3D Laminate covering that is used on the doors and other accessories.
More decorative items. Items of choice to jazz up your kitchen and to create unique storage space. Inserting wine bottle racks in one of your cabinet boxes is a nice way to store and present your wine. A valance is a nice bridge over windows.
Doors and drawer fronts have widths and heights, and all can be made to the sixteenth of an inch. Kitchens and other cabinetry can be face frame or frameless. This page will offer some assistance in how to measure properly. How to determine overlays. What hinges can do for overlays too.
Illustrations and info on which hinge boring you should select. We offer hinges too. There are options and we explain them. And if you are NOT planning on using concealed hinges, then you can skip this page.
An extensive form with helpful notes and the ability to leave comments throughout it. The form covers the scope of all the products and is somewhat self-guiding to help you fill it in. All your info submitted will be treated as a no obligation quotation for all submissions. Then after we reply and answer questions back and forth, you can decide later whether to proceed as an order.
Links to this form, as well as other pages, will be near the bottom of all our Brushy Creek Custom Doors web pages.
Brushy Creek Custom Doors web pages:
Brushy Creek Summary (info on how to order also) | Raised Panel Doors (inside radius corners) | Raised Panel Doors (square inside corners) | Raised Panel Doors (options to inside corners) | Slab Cabinet Doors and Drawer Fronts | Shaker Style Doors (sunken flat panel) | Door Design Styles (the look from the front) | 3D Laminate COLORS | Frame only and Mullion Doors | Hinge Boring info | Fluted Fillers | Molding options | Wine Racks and Valances | 3D Laminate for Refacing | On-Line Quotation and Ordering Form | Measuring Advice | Receiving your Doors and Warranty Info