Kitchen Upgrades: Replacing Your Cabinet Doors

Kitchen Upgrades: Replacing Your Cabinet Doors

You’ve finally decided to upgrade your kitchen. This is a very exciting time, and you have many decisions to make. One of the biggest may be what type of kitchen cabinetry doors do you want. There are several options, and your choice here will set the stage for the rest of your kitchen. Here is a short list of the most common doors to help get you started:


Mission style doors are the most common due to the clean lines. Mission doors have a framed, flat insert in the center of the door. If you like the look of these doors, you can replace the center insert with glass for an even more updated look.

Raised Panel

Almost the opposite of Mission style doors, raised panel doors, have an inset frame on the door making the center and outside of the door appear raised. The raised panel doors can be a very simple frame or can be more elaborate with double or even triple frame as well as arched tops.


Beadboard doors are perfect if your kitchen will have more of a country feel. The vertical lines give a beach cottage feel. Beadboard is perfect in wood grain, or for a unique look, you can paint them white or even black.

Arched Cathedral

Arched cathedral doors are very similar to the raised panel doors, and it is not uncommon to see both styles incorporated in a kitchen remodel. Typically when both styles are used the arched cathedral will be the upper cabinets and the raised panel are on the lower.

There are many decisions to be made when remodeling your kitchen, and as you can see, you have several options to choose from when picking your new kitchen cabinetry doors. Have fun with your remodel, explore your options and create a space that works for you and your family.

If you have questions about kitchen cabinetry doors in Toronto, Ontario, CA, please contact Lovech Ltd.

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