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5-Piece Mitered Drawer Fronts

Do you need new drawer fronts in your space? A mitered design brings graceful elegance to your room. The angles on each of our mitered drawer front styles offer a beautiful, classic look, whether they lean more modern or more traditional. Each mitered 5-piece drawer front is available in a variety of different wood species, as well as in paint grade or a professionally painted finish in select Sherwin-Williams colors. So you can choose to finish your mitered drawer front however you choose.

Explore High-Quality 5-piece Mitered Drawer Fronts From CabinetDoors.com

At CabinetDoors.com, all of our mitered drawer fronts are custom-made and made to order. Once you find a style you like, simply send us the exact measurements, and our team will work on hand-crafting your custom order. All our drawer fronts are also part of a larger cabinet drawer family, so you can get a put-together look in your kitchen or bathroom.

Questions or concerns? Reach out to our team at 1-800-342-1010 or email us at sales@cabinetdoors.com. We're here to answer any questions before placing your order.

What are mitered cabinets?

The frame of a mitered drawer front joins at a 45-degree angle and has a center panel. Mitered drawer fronts have a timeless appeal and are an ideal choice for almost any kitchen or bathroom aesthetic.

What is the difference between mitered and cope & stick?

The main difference is that cope and stick have a frame that connects at a 90-degree angle.

Is mitered better than cope & stick?

Both cabinet drawer front styles have a 5-piece construction and are great options for your next home renovation project. They both feature mortise and tenon joints, which are much more durable than other joint methods. When comparing the two different types of drawer fronts, it's best to consider your design preferences and budget.

Are mitered cabinet drawer fronts more expensive?

Mitered cabinet drawer fronts have a complex machining process. Which means they tend to be more expensive than cope & stick. However, the size, wood species, and style will also dictate the overall cost.

What is the construction of a 5-piece cabinet door?

Whether it's mitered or cope & stick, all 5-piece cabinet doors have five pieces: The panel, two stiles, and two rails.

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