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Classic II Maple miter corner flat panel door from Woodmont Doors
The Classic II Maple is the same as the Classic Maple but with 2-5/8" wide frames for a more bold look. The Classic II RRP Maple with the reversed raised panel P0 is also an option. So if you would like a miter corner door with a wider frame and that nice scroll work on the inner frame profile, this is your choic. Drawer fronts are a solid maple slab front with the matching CLB edge. The door frame is solid maple and 3/4" thick.
The terms flat panel door and plywood panel door are pretty much interchangeable. But flat panel can refer to a thicker panel such as the RRP (reversed raised panel). And plywood panel would generally mean the panel is only 1/4" thick. From the front, there is not a visual difference. Doors with plywood panels will be lighter. Those with solid wood or the thicker MDF panel will be a slight bit heavier and feel thicker.
A Classic plywood panel door and for those who enjoy the 45 degree miter corner joints vs the M&T joints. Fancier than some of the other miter designs, wider frames, nice curves. Thus a sculpted door for those who want something more fancy. Plywood panel will be real wood veneer for the translucent stain choices. Panels will be MDF when ordering any of the solid stain coat finishes. If choosing to order unfinished doors, you have a choice of stain grade maple which will have a real wood veneer plywood panel. Or Paint Grade Maple which will come with MDF panels.
Classic II Maple
Minimum door size 6-1/2" w x 6-1/2" h
Minimum drawer front size 6" w x 3-1/2" h
Minimum drawer front size 6" w x 3-1/2" h
3/4" thick 2-5/8" frame with plywood panel
Was referred to as the old Woodmont 150-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 15 maple colors shown below.
If selecting the Classic II RRP Maple (reversed raised panel), minimum door size is 7-1/2" x 7-1/2".
Profiles: 396 miter frame, CLB edge. If selecting the RRP panel, panel 0 is the solid wood reversed panel. The frame was called the 150/350 frame. In the old days, the miter corner doors did come as rasied panel or solid panel, frame 150, or as plywood panel, frame 350. Those were 2-1/4" frames. With this new system, the frame is now 2-5/8", thus it is assigned new numbers. The 396 would refer to the door with the plywood panel. The 196 is the door with the RRP panel. Same frame, just called different. And now that it is basically one choice fits all, you don't even have to know this. Just look at the line art picture below to get an idea of how the scroll work looks.
Then you can tap or click the colors after that to see the full size Classic II Maple door and drawer fronts with their color names.
How to order:
To start an order or to request a no-obligation quote, select the Classic II Maple design or Classic II RRP Maple 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.
Please note: There is the Classic, the Classic II, the Classic5, and the Classic5 II. The variations are the width of the frame profiles, thus the II choices are wider frames. And then the 5 in the number just refers to 5-piece matching drawer fronts to go with the doors. Be careful to make the correct selections. Alphabetically, they tend to scramble out of order.
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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