Transitional cabinet doors have been trending for the past couple years and, and are predicted to continue in popularity for some time, however there are some subtle style changes gaining momentum. We’re seeing a rise in kitchens completed with a natural finish, similar to furniture from the mid-century modern period. High-quality, natural materials like walnut, white oak, rift white oak and hickory with their beautiful and interesting natural wood grain patterns are very popular.
Our wide-frame cabinet doors with square outside and inside edges and flat panel with horizontal grain are a transitional style that pair well with existing architecture while bring a more transitional-modern look to the space. They look more contemporary than standard shaker doors because of the IE6 inside edge which brings the panel closer to the face of the door than the traditional square IE5 inside edge.