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9 Cabinet Door Styles for Every Type of Kitchen

Your kitchen cabinets are one of the most important design elements in your kitchen and the cabinet doors can elevate the desired look and feel of your cooking space. To set your kitchen apart, consider what kind of cabinet doors best fit your desired style—from simple slab to intricate raised cathedral cabinet doors, there are plenty of options to fit the redesign you envision.

Once you've perused through the options of cabinet door styles, consider which color and stain will work best in your kitchen and order door samples test out a few options to help visualize final look. See below the 9 most popular kitchen cabinet door styles to choose from.

Cabinet Door Styles

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Slab cabinet doors are flat and frameless, perfect for those who are looking to modernize their kitchen. Their contemporary design can upgrade any kitchen into a simple, clean space. Due to their sleek appearance, they work best with linear cabinet hardware such as our brush satin nickel handle.

slab cabinet doors

Shaker Recessed
cabinet doors

One of the most popular cabinet door styles, shaker cabinets have a recessed door and come in an array of simple and intricate designs. If you have loud elements in your kitchen such as a colorful backsplash or busy wall decor, it's best to opt for something more simple like these ice shaker white cabinets.

shaker recessed cabinet doors

Traditional Square Raised
cabinet doors

Traditional square raised cabinet doors have a raised panel that have the same shape as the cabinet itself. You have the flexibility to choose a more intricate or simple design depending on the mood you're trying to create in your kitchen. A great example of these cabinets are our pearl cabinets, which epitomize sophistication.

traditional square raised cabinet doors

Cathedral Raised
cabinet doors

If you're looking to add another element of design in your kitchen, cathedral raised cabinet doors could be the best fit. Cathedral cabinet doors are rounded with an arch at the top, originating from the medieval period. They add elegance to any kitchen.

cathedral raised cabinet doors

Arch Raised Panel
cabinet doors

Arch cabinet doors have deep grooves with the top shaped in an arch. If you're looking to add definition to your cabinets without taking away from other design elements in your kitchen, these are a great option.

arch raised panel cabinet doors

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Beadboard cabinet doors can help add a rustic feel to your kitchen. You can choose to have them only on the doors or also add matching components on the drawers. For those who are fond of country kitchens, these can complement wood ceiling beams and distressed furniture.

beadboard cabinet doors

cabinet doors

Mullion cabinet doors add a stylistic touch to any kitchen. It's typical for homes to have one or two of these doors amongst their cabinets to display items inside. You can display champagne flutes and wine glasses for special occasions or decor and vases.

mullion cabinet doors

Open Frame
cabinet doors

Open frame cabinet doors are a great option for those who want to show off some unique items, but also want to keep them protected and dust free. It's common for people to have one of two of these in their home to help display their favorite matching glassware.

open frame cabinet doors

cabinet doors

Louvered doors have space between each slat making them perfect for ventilation. Although most commonly seen on windows or closet doors, they can add a unique style to a kitchen or laundry room.

louvered cabinet doors

After choosing a cabinet door style, try to visualize how the type of wood, finish and cabinet molding will affect the mood in your kitchen. If you're in the process of selecting kitchen cabinets and are unsure where to start, consider the size and shape of your kitchen. Smaller galleys can feel more open with lighter tones, while larger kitchens can benefit from darker tones.

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