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Cabinet Door Design Ashford Oak

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Ashford Oak miter corner raised panel door from Woodmont Doors

In April of 2022, Woodmont Doors stopped offering cabinet doors to the public. We still have cabinet doors available.
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The Ashford Oak style is a miter corner door from Woodmont. It is also one of the few that comes as a raised panel door, and the only raised panel style available in oak. It can also come as a flat panel door, which is style Ashford RRP Oak with the reversed raised panel P0. Drawer fronts are a slab front with the matching CLB edge. The door frame is solid oak and 3/4" thick.

The raised panel or reversed raised panel will be solid wood when ordering any of the translucent stain colors that show the grain through them. Grain runs vertical only. If you opt to order your doors unfinished, both frame and panel will be solid wood. There is no paint grade option in oak. And no MDF panel option. That is reserved to the paint grade maple doors.

In the shaker style doors section of our Woodmont Doors selections, a shaker door has the mortise and tennon corners: joints butted together at a 90 degree angle. A mitered corner door has corners that meet at 45 degree angles, like a picture frame. So a miter corner door isn't really considered a shaker style door. It may look the same, and if painted a solid stain color, you will not see the joint lines. But for the sake of not adding confusion, when the corners are mitered, we will refer to this style as flat panel or plywood panel. Or raised panel in the case of the Ashford design. We will reserve the term shaker for the M&T corner doors.

Do note, the Ashford door with Panel #1 is a raised panel door. A richer looking door, and a little more expensive because of the thicker solid wood panels. Panel 0, called RRP, will give you the flat panel look, Ashford RRP Oak. Oak doors are also available in a Natural Clear Coat finish, called Natural Oak.
Ashford Oak
Minimum door size 7" w x 7" h
Minimum drawer front size 6" w x 3-1/2" h
3/4" thick 2-1/8" frame with raised panel
Was referred to as the old Woodmont 172-P1-CLB door and 500-CLB slab drawer front.
The CLB edge is square on the side and back, but has a drop and wave on the front.
Available in all 4 oak stain colors shown below. And Natural Oak (clear coat) not shown.

If selecting the Ashford RRP Oak (reversed raised panel), minimum door size is still 7" x 7".

Profiles: 172 miter frame, P1 raised panel, CLB edge. If selecting the RRP panel, panel 0 is the solid wood reversed panel.

Then you can tap or click the colors after that to see the full size Ashford Oak door and drawer fronts with their color names.
Woodmont Doors Ashford Oak raised panel miter corner door
Woodmont Doors CLB edge profile
Woodmont Doors Ashford Maple spec diagram
Woodmont Doors reversed raised panel P0
Woodmont Doors P1 raised panel profile

How to order:

To start an order or to request a no-obligation quote, select the Ashford Oak design or Ashford RRP Oak choice on our on-line quotation and ordering form. That link will open it in a new window so you can keep this window open if you need to. Enter all your data, then the door quantities and sizes, drawer fronts, finish color, hinge boring if needed, all pertinent data. All quotes are done on-line or via FAX. We have a FAX form you can fill out for those who still like FAX machines.

Extras like cut to size matching plywood, self-adhesive veneer, and decorative moldings can be requested on the ordering / quotation form also.

Then the quote / order is taken care of by a person. It is not automated from our website. Allow a day or two for someone to get back to you.
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