Series 200 raised panel wood cabinet doors and drawer fronts - for kitchen, bathroom, and other rooms of your home
Series 200 raised panel mortise & tennon corner doors and corresponding drawer fronts are shown below. Mortise and tennon corners are
also known as a butt joint. The left and right frame pieces span the entire height of the door or drawer front. Then the top and bottom frame pieces fit within them going across. This is a 5-piece door construction just
like the mitered corner doors. The corners just have straight line looks to them. And this type of door construction offers you more profile selections - AND combinations. With the Series 200 doors and drawer fronts,
you will pick your frame profile, panel profile, and edge profile. Mix them up how you like to create the look you like. (more info on profiles)
5-piece drawer fronts are available too. Drawer fronts are square top only, so your choices are 200F or 200FC reduced rail for shorter needs in drawer fronts. Minimum heights apply to drawer fronts, as well as the
doors. For even shorter height drawer fronts, they can come with a plywood panel. This information will be on the series 400 page. The series 400 doors are the same frame and edge choices as with the series 200, they
would just be plywood panel. Very similar as to how the series 100 and 300 relate to each other. The other two options for drawer fronts are slab solid wood drawer fronts, or the 500FF-PRE mock raised panel look slab
drawer front. (more info on slab drawer fronts here)
We will begin this page with two color photos so you can look at the corners and
see what Mortise&Tennon 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 200 raised panel door, S frame profile, #1 panel profile, RB edge profile, shown in Wheat Oak finish (was called Harvest).
Min. width 7", min. height 7".
Design 205 raised panel door, Roman arch also called eyebrow arch. S frame profile, #4 panel profile, PRE edge profile, shown in
Cider Hickory finish. With veneer covered Cider Hickory face frame.
Min. width 9-1/2" x min. height 7".
This is what the door designs look like "from the front." Series 400 plywood panel doors are also shown in this picture. Series 200
and 400 are 5-piece doors, the frames are the same, the edge choices are the same. Series 400 just come with a plywood panel and are commonly called Shaker Style doors. CHOICES in arch top doors and a few other designs
shown in the second picture down make the Series 200 doors have the most 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 door frames look like if you sliced the frame and looked at it straight on from the edge. All door designs in Series
200 can have whichever frame you like best. The DEFAULT frame size is 2-1/8". For wider frames, 2-3/8" and 3" are available. Look at the coding and sizing beneath each frame choice. Example: Frame S is 2-1/8", SL is
larger, thus 2-3/8", and S3 is the 3" version. Follow that across for the other frame choices. Again, the default size is 2-1/8" and it will cost less than the 2-3/8" or 3" wide frames. AND NOTICE THIS, the door minimum
sizes increase with wider frames.
We have also added several notes within the graphic below too.
Most Series 200 doors can come as frame only and in mullion options too.
The below graphic are the Panel and Edge choices for Raised Panel doors, Series 200. This diagram does not apply to:
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 400 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:
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 series 200 raised panel doors:
- Select your door design: designs 200, 201, 205, 209, 210, etc. See graphic above.
- Select a wood choice: Red Oak, Maple, Cherry, Hickory, paint grade, or paint grade with 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 frame profile from the graphic shown higher on this page (default frame size is 2-1/8")
- 2-3/8" and 3" wide frames are available upon request at an upcharge
- Select a panel profile from the graphic shown higher on this page
- Select an edge profile form 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: 200F, 200FC, slab 500-(edge choice), or 500-FF-PRE
- 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 series 400 plywood panel doors:
- Same as everything above except door designs numbers are 400, 401, etc.
- Drawer fronts are designs 400F, 400FC, or 500-(edge choice).
- And the panel is a default flat plywood panel, or plywood panel B for the beadboard look.
- The B plywood panel in any door does have an upcharge.
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 200 door, profiles S-4-PRE, shown in Ginger Maple finish with chocolate glaze.
Min. width 7" x min. height 7".
Design 200 door, profiles S-4-PRE, shown in Harvest Maple finish with bronze glaze.
Min. width 7" x min. height 7".
Design 200 door, profiles S-4-PRE, shown in Toffee Maple finish with chocolate glaze.
Min. width 7" x min. height 7".
Almond glazing looks better on dark wood stains. The chocolate and bronze color glazes look better on light color stains.
Design 200 raised panel door, S frame profile, #4 panel profile, PRE edge profile, shown in Ginger Cherry finish.
Min. width 7" x min. height 7".
Design 200 door shown with design 200F drawer front above. The 200F drawer front is 5-pieces just like the doors, all 4 frame pieces will be equal width, and the minimum height requirement is 7" tall.
For shorter height raised panel drawer fronts, design 200FC, min. height requirement is 5-1/4". Top and bottom rails will be narrower than side frame rails. For drawer fronts 4-1/4" to 5-3/16 tall, you
can order design 400FC drawer front with a plywood panel. Slab drawer fronts, design 500 min. height is 3-1/2 inches.
Cider Cherry finish shown above.
Design 200 door shown with design 500FF-PRE drawer front above. The 500FF-PRE drawer front is slab drawer front, one piece. It is
meant to mimic a raised panel look and the min. height requirement is 5-1/2". For drawer fronts 3-1/2" tall to 5-7/16, order design 500 with the matching edge to your doors. Design 500FF-PRE comes
only with the modified PRE edge.
Shown in Autumn Oak finish.
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with Texas Doors. Always very pleased with products and prices. I was equally pleased with your last set and wanted to tell you so. Keep up the great work. This is a big kudos from a small cabinetmaking shop.
Pietro P. - ordered wood cabinet doors
Below are a few pictures we took to help you with your choices:
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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.