doors

Once you decide between frameless and framed cabinetry, you can begin to focus on the door styles that appeal to you. Here, you can navigate through the multitude of Imperia design options by both category and style. Categories include traditional and contemporary, and styles are broken down into paneled and flat. You can also choose from a variety of materials including solid woods, veneers, laminates, thermofoils, and metals and glass. Keep in mind too that your choice of hardware can play a major role in the overall look and personality of your cabinets.

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TRADITIONAL

As the name implies, traditional door styles have a very classic look and feel. They are usually constructed of wood or wood veneer and work well with almost any finish.

 

CONTEMPORARY

Contemporary door styles are usually found on frameless cabinets, often referred to as European cabinets. A contemporary look kitchen usually contains sleek, simple and elegant lines designed to complement and contrast against stainless steel, glass, and the burnish of granite countertops.

 

WOOD RAISED PANEL

Raised panel doors offer the most traditional style. They feature a raised area in the middle of the center panel, as the name implies. Sometimes this panel is enhanced with accent molding around the perimeter of the center section.

We offer a wide variety of solid wood raised panel doors in White Birch, Walnut, Hard Rock Maple, Cherry, Mahogany, Red Oak, Lyptus, Red Birch, White Oak, Hickory and Alder.

 

WOORD RECESSED PANEL

Recessed panel doors can take on either a traditional or contemporary look. As the name implies, the middle portion of the door is recessed. This design can also be enhanced with accent molding around the perimeter of the center section.

We offer a wide variety of solid wood raised panel doors available in White Birch, Walnut, Hard Rock Maple, Cherry, Mahogany, Red Oak, Lyptus, Red Birch, White Oak, Hickory and Alder

 

WOOD VENEER

Veneer is a very thin layer of finely grained wood, glued to a base material. We offer an extensive selection of wood veneer doors in White Birch, Walnut, Hard Rock Maple, Cherry, Mahogany, Red Oak, Red Birch, White Oak, and Alder.

Because only a small portion of wood is needed to create a veneer, exotic and unusual species like Zebrawood, Curly Tiger Maple, Bamboo, and Anegre are also available. These species would otherwise be cost prohibitive to procure, if available at all, as a solid wood door.

 

PLASTIC LAMINATE

Laminate doors are popular for their durability, affordability, and the myriad choices available. Laminates are affixed to a substrate base material using non-toxic glue and pressure. They come in an array of solids, wood grains, and patterns.

 

THERMOFOIL

A practical alternative to wood doors, Thermofoil consists of a thin decorative vinyl-compound sheet that is molded directly to the cabinet surface using heat and adhesive. Thermofoil looks similar to paint but does not fade, crack, or discolor and it’s very easy to clean.

 

METALS AND GLASS

* These doors incorporate some variation from the basic version. Some variations are easily recognized but others may need to be seen in person.