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Shaker Style Wood Custom Kitchen Cabinet Doors

Woodmont Doors section index

Shaker and Transitional Style wood kitchen cabinet doors and drawer fronts

This is how Woodmont Doors defines their Shaker / Transitional Style:
  • Simple Profiles, clean lines with little ornamentation
  • Versatile - Includes elements of Modern and Tradtional Design

Okay, now our definition. This will be the most extensive grouping of their wood cabinet doors. There will be shaker designs (flat panel) with varying width frame sizes. Door styles are 5-piece and you have the option of 5-piece drawer fronts or slab drawer fronts to go with them. There is a beaded panel shaker design in this group also. Then we drift into the mortise and tennon corner doors in raised panel for a few design choices. Including one eyebrow arch design. And end with a few miter-corner door designs in both raised and flat panel options, with matching drawer fronts or slab drawer fronts.

So almost the entire Woodmont Doors offering will be in the Shaker and Transitional Style group. Frame sizes will vary. We are going to sub-group them on this page by the frame width. This is how Woodmont Doors has done so in their new literature, so we are going to present it the same way. Helps us too when customers call us and ask questions. If our website follows the printed literature from them, we can answer questions easier and quicker.

One important note that needs to be emphasized, the design name and wood choice is how that door comes. Only in the noted wood choices, as well as paint grade for all doors. Doors are available as unfinished, or pre-finished in one of the finish choices available for the specific wood choice. And you can request them as paint grade if you are planning on painting them yourself. If you are planning on staining them, then you just request unfinished, and the wood will be ready to receive your stain. Paint grade option is only for when you plan to use paint. Preferably a good brand wood paint, not just wall paint. There are differences.

So with that said, and using this first block as an example: The Brownstone Maple comes in only Maple (or paint grade). There are no oak or cherry choices. You can ask for it unfinished or in any maple finish offered. Then the Dakota Maple and Dakota Oak, only Maple or Oak. There is no choice in Cherry. This is how Woodmont Doors has set up their door availability program. So when you see the door names below, pretty much everything comes in Maple (and paint grade). But there are limited door designs for Oak and Cherry. Please keep that in mind when requesting your quotation.

First Door Styles: Shaker with 2-1/8" frame widths

Panel choice can be Solid Reverse Raised (RRP) or 1/4" veneer panel.

Now, Door Styles: Shaker with 2-5/8" frame widths

Similar to the previous, but the frame widths are becoming wider.
Panel choice can be Solid Reverse Raised (RRP) or 1/4" veneer panel.

Now, Door Styles: Shaker with 3" frame widths

The frames have gotten even wider, 3" all the way around. Note on the 5-piece drawer fronts, left and right stiles match those on the doors. The top and bottom rails however are reduced rail. This is true of the 2-5/8" 5-piece drawer fronts above too. The reduce rail allows the drawer fronts to be available in shorter heights. If you had 2-5/8" or 3" rails all the way around on a drawer front, it would limit your choice of drawer front. Most drawer fronts are 5 to 6" tall. If you had 3" frames and a center panel, you could never make a drawer front under 7". So the reduced top and bottom rails allow for shorter height 5-piece drawer fronts.

Panel choice can be Solid Reverse Raised (RRP) or 1/4" veneer panel

Now, Door Styles: Transitional with 2-1/8" frame widths

These 5 styles are mitered corner doors. When you look at the corners of the frames and how they connect, you see the 45 degree seam. They are all flat panel, one has the beaded panel design. They are very similar to the first set shown on this page, but they have the mitered corners. When you select a door in a prefinished stain, you do see the wood grain and how the joints of the corners are connected. This shows off the grain, a very nice thing to do.... When you request Maple doors in the solid paint colors, you generally cannot see that 45 degree connection. Paint colors are solid and tend to hide wood grain and corner connections.

Panel choice can be Solid Reverse Raised (RRP) or 1/4" veneer panel

Now, Door Styles: Transitional with 2-1/8" frame widths and Raised Panel

These 4 styles are a mix of mitered corner and mortise and tennon corner doors. And these doors are solid wood raised panel doors. Everything else so far on this page has been flat panel. So these are the first of the raised panel choices available. Raised panel doors are heavier due to the thicker panel. They feel more solid. And they add a different kind of elegance. We are starting to get away from the more simple Shaker design and into a somewhat traditional design.

Center panels are solid raised panel only.

Now, Door Styles: Transitional with 2-1/4" frame widths

A mitered corner door style with a slightly wider frame and different profile to the frame. Available in a raised panel or flat panel design. The RRP means reversed raised panel, thus creating a flat panel look to the front of the door. The drawer fronts for both are RRP panel only.

Now, Door Styles: Transitional with 2-5/8" frame widths

These 4 styles are a mix of mitered corner and mortise and tennon corner doors. All are flat panel doors with wider 2-5/8" frames. The 5-piece drawer fronts are reduced rail on top and bottom.

Center panels available in Solid Reverse Panel (RRP) or 1/4" veneer plywood.
*About the Belmont5 II Maple above. We have asked Woodmont why the interior edges of the frame of the 5-piece drawer front do not seem to align with the inside lines of the door frames. We were told, on the Belmont5 II door, the frames are 2-5/8". But on the drawer front, the frames are 2-3/8". It is the only one of their designs that has this oddity to it. And it bugs me. So if you like the Belmont design, higher up on the page was the Belmont5 Maple design. That has equal size 2-1/8" frames for door and drawer front. We just wanted to make the Belmont5 II discrepancy known, because it really stands out to us. All other designs line up on the left and right stiles. Maybe Woodmont will eventually change this one design, and when they do, we will have a new picture on our website and say bye to this note.

Proceding to the Quotation or Ordering Process

When you are ready to request a quote or to place an order, here is what you need to know:
  • Open the on-line quotation and ordering form. Or use the FAX Order Form. Or just organize your notes for an e-mail or phone call to us.
  • Write down your door style name, you will be entering it on the quotation form. (Hovering the mouse over a door or clicking or tapping on a door style will reveal its name.)
  • Note if you are requesting unfinished, check it. Or write in your finish color for the wood choice selection. Or note paint grade (which is unfinished sanded light color wood).
  • Hinge boring is an option, choose one method or leave it blank if you do not want it.
  • Only the Charleston Arch door has to be noted as bore left (BL) or bore right (BL). All other styles can just flip over for either.
  • If you require hinges, you can tell us which you need, and how many.
  • Many doors have a choice of RRP (reversed raised panel) or 1/4" veneer panel - tell us your choice. RRP will cost more.
  • Commence on entering all your door quantities and sizes, in inches to the sixteenth of an inch.
  • Enter drawer front quantities and sizes if you have any. Any 5-piece drawer front requests that do not meet the min. height requirement will become a slab drawer front.
  • If you need plywood, veneer, or molding choices, note those in their selected areas of the form. Use the molding part numbers to identify moldings.

When you submit your form, we will try to get to it as soon as possible. Sometimes it will take us 2 to 3 days, please be patient with us. And most Saturdays and Sundays we do not work. Thus submissions placed on Friday may not worked on until Tuesday or Wednesday. Because Monday generally presents a few challenges in catching up.

We treat all door submissions as Quote First. No pricing is shown on our site for cabinet doors. It is too complex. So your submission will be considered a quote request. We will quote it. You will decide after that if you would like to proceed as an order. Repeat customers may just want to proceed as an order. We will still quote it first and send back your data for you to look over and confirm that all your details and measurements are correct. Everything is gone over twice or three times.

Make sure you double check your e-mail address entered. The auto-responder only knows to e-mail the reply to the e-mail that you typed in. It has no way of verifying or checking it for accuracy. That is up to you. Thus, if you did not see the auto-responder e-mail, chances are you entered your e-mail incorrectly. Or you have Earthlink and it blocked it. Or you have GMail and GMail is having fun by hiding it in the Spam folder that they also hide way down in the folder list. Aren't these challenging times. Our forms on this website, contact, mini-contact, and quotation forms, are all preset to display return e-mail acknowledgments as from Please keep that e-mail address from being blocked. And we never use that e-mail to spam or do any of those crazy broadcast lists. That e-mail address is for our customers to use.

Uncertain about a door style or finish color prior to ordering?

There are some solutions for this. First, there is no minimum size order. If you would like to order one door or one drawer front first to test it out, you can. Additionally, if you are only uncertain about the finish color, Woodmont does make sample chip blocks with the actual stains and paints on real wood. They do charge $6 each for them and $12 for the shipping of one or more, but it is a way to see the color first. We think ordering a door in the design and color you are considering is the better of the two ideas. But both are options.
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