Series 100 mitered corner raised panel wood cabinet doors and Series 300 plywood panel doors & drawer fronts
Series 100 raised panel mitered corner doors are specialty design doors. When you view all the black and white side cut diagrams that will
follow lower on the page, you will see what we mean. Some of the door frames are wide, some are narrow. All come with only the one edge choice shown drawn with them. Most will have extensive contours in the frame and
thus make them great choices for glazed doors. Lots of crevices for the glaze to catch in. They are all available as unfinished, finished, and glazed finished. When you look at the 4 corners of the frame where the top
and bottom and sides meet, you see the 45 degree angle line coming in from the corners. This is the definition of a mitered corner door. The frame pieces are cut with 45 degree ends and assembled in a similar fashion to
picture frames. All the Series 100 designs are also available as mullion doors and frame only doors. Then additionally, the definition of mitered corner plywood panel doors, series 300, every design below can come with
a plywood panel too. All the frame specs are the same.
Each design DOES have a matching drawer front design. But options are limited. Because of the way the frames are made, the majority of the frames cannot be
lessened in width. Thus drawer front designs will have the same base minimum required measurements as the doors for that design to be made. A couple of the designs do allow modification, and thus the min. height on the
drawer fronts can be made smaller. A common trick used to have short matching drawer fronts is to choose a plywood panel drawer front with the same frame profile. Since the sliver of panel in the drawer front is small,
this creates a nice look to the raised panel doors. The other option of course is to just have a slab drawer front (solid flat wood panel).
We will begin this page with two color photos so you can look at the
corners and see what mitered corner means. Then there will be a lot of product info on this page. In the upper border are navigation links to all pages within the Woodmont Doors section of our web site. Some will give
you advice on hinges, measuring, installing, etc. We do offer options for on-line quotations and fax quotation requests. All quotations are done by us, not a robot. Allow us a day or two, sometimes three to get back to
Design 125 door shown with #2 panel and RAD edge.
Shown in Natural Maple finish.
Min. width 7-1/4", min. height 7-1/4".
Design 144 door shown with #6 panel and 118 edge.
Shown in Cider Maple finish.
Min. width 8-1/4" x min. height 8-1/4".
This is what the door designs look like "from the front." All mitered corner doors are square top doors only. No cathedral or Roman arch
top options. Every design is available in every wood choice listed lower on the page, and can come as UNFINISHED, or in one of the finish options available for the wood choice selected.
And below is what the doors look like if you sliced the frame and looked at it straight on from the edge. You can see the measurements for the frames: 2-1/8", 2-1/4", 3", 1-3/4", they are all different. And come only in the size shown. The edge choice, and only edge choice for each is labeled and drawn. These are the RAD, SUN, 118 numbers shown below each
diagram. There are two designs with "rope molding" in them. Anything with rope molding will be more expensive, just want you
to be aware. Rope molding is fancy, and looks really cool when glazed. But be ready for the price tag.
The below graphic are the Panel choices for Raised Panel doors, Series 100. This diagram does not apply to:
plywood panel doors, frame
only doors, or mullion doors. Panel choices are for raised panel doors only. The V-groove, Beaded Panel, and Solid Flat Panel technically are not raised panel. But they are panel selections you can have. If going with
series 300 plywood panel doors - You do NOT make a panel selection.
Door pricing is done via a request on our on-line quote form, fax form, or over the phone (for short lists). And
yes, the cabinet doors and accessories can be shipped ANYWHERE in the USA. Doors can be shipped to Canada and other countries too.
All doors and drawer fronts are available in Red Oak, Maple, Cherry, or Hickory
woods. Paint grade available too. Paint grade will come as a default: Paint grade with wood panel. But paint grade is also available with an MDF panel. And of course all woods, including paint grade can come as frame only or mullion doors.
Doors can be ordered unfinished, or you can request finishing from the choices available.
If you are planning to order "finished" doors, please select this link to view the finish choices
The page will open in a new browser window or tab so you can flip back and forth easily.
If you are planning on finishing the doors yourself, or your contractor or cabinet maker will finish them, then
ignore looking at that page.
In order to provide you an accurate quotation, here are two additional pages you should review. Each has been set up to open in a new window or tab:
Hinge boring and hinge information
Moldings, veneer, and cut to size finishing plywood.
How to price doors for you
kitchen, bathroom, or other project:
There will not be pricing posted on the individual door pages. Please request a no-obligation quotation via on-line or via fax. We can do "small" door quotations over the
phone, but do not call us with a big long list. That is more suited for submission via on-line. PLEASE READ OVER THE NEXT PARAGRAPH for the info we need to provide you with an accurate quotation.
How to order or request a quotation for series 100 raised panel doors:
- Select your door design: designs 125, 135, 140, 142, 144, 150, 166, 175, 185 (Diagram above)
- Select a wood choice: Red Oak, Maple, Cherry, Hickory, paint grade, or paint grade w/ MDF panel
- Select: unfinished or finished. If finished, tell us which finish (finish options)
- If finished and you want a glaze finish too, be certain to state the glaze color
- Select a panel profile from the graphic shown higher on this page
- Enter all your door quantities and sizes in inches (examples: 15-1/4, 32-1/16, 6-1/2, no need for " marks)
- If you need drawer fronts, state the design: 125F, 135F, 150F, etc., or slab 500-(edge choice) - lots of DF choices
- Enter all your drawer front quantities and sizes
- If you need the doors bored for concealed hinges, state boring option #1 or #2 (hinge info)
- If you need hinges, tell us which hinges
- Enter any accessory items such as moldings, veneer, or plywood (shown on that respective page)
- For frame only or mullion doors, all of the above except a panel selection applies, then tell us how many mullion lites within each door. Questions? Ask us.
On-line ordering page or quotation requests
| FAX quotation - ordering page
How to order or get a quote on series 300 plywood panel doors:
- Same as everything above except door designs numbers are begin with 3, not 1
- And you will not make a panel selection, the panel is a default flat plywood panel. BUT, if you would like the beaded plywood panel look, then state beaded plywood panel (B).
Below will just be additional color door images to assist you with your selections. The main information about choosing your door and drawer fronts, measurement
minimums, and all order data is from this point UPWARD on the page.
Design 142 door shown with #6 panel and RAD edge. Shown in Cider Cherry finish.
Min. width 7-1/4" x min. height 7-1/4".
Design 350 door shown with flat PLYWOOD panel and RB edge. Shown in unfinished maple.
Min. width 5" x min. height 5".
Design 385 door with beaded plywood panel and RAD edge. Shown in Espresso Maple finish with almond glaze.
Min. width 5" x min. height 5".
Design 385F drawer front with beaded plywood panel and RAD edge. Shown in Espresso Maple finish with almond glaze.
As for door designs 125, 135, 140, 142, 144, 150, 166, 175,
and 185 matching drawer front choices are 125F, 135F, 140F, 142F, 144F, 150F, 166F, 175F, and 185F with a minimum height requirement equal to that shown beneath each door picture above.
Designs 144 and 166 allow for reduced rail drawer fronts, and those are called 144FC and 166FC.
Changing the 1 to a 3 in all the numbers above are how the plywood panel options are coded:
325, 335, 340, 342, 344, 350, 366, 375, and 385 matching drawer front choices are 325F, 335F, 340F, 342F, 344F, 350F, 366F, 375F, and 385F. And then 344FC and 166FC.
I received my doors and drawer fronts
today. They are even more beautiful than I expected. I can't wait to start staining them. Thank you for your help in ordering the right drawer fronts. I love them they are a perfect match to the doors. I will be sure to
keep your web site in my favorites for future use.
Diane B., Racine, WI - ordered design 144 doors and 344FC drawer fronts.
are a few pictures we took to help you with your choices:
captions are contained within the pictures.
Door choices, measuring and installation information, hinge info, and quotation and ordering links are in the top margin of this page. Scroll back up.