Executive Cabinet Door

Executive Cabinet Door Specs

  • Product ID 919
  • Minimum width 9 3/16” Maximum width 48”
  • Minimum height 9 1/8” Maximum height 60”
  • There is no warranty on doors over 24” wide or 60” tall
  • Stiles & Rails are 3” wide
  • Doors 50” or taller will have a center rail
  • Pictured in Select Cherry with a natural clear finish and Paint-Grade painted High Reflective White

Our Executive cabinet door is a built with a cope and stick joint. It has 3" stiles and rails and a raised center panel. The width of the frame with the wider detail on the inside edge has made this door a popular choice with designers, cabinet makers, and the DIY community.

To see this door with a inset center panel, view our Trenton cabinet door.

Scroll down the page to view pictures of the Executive family of doors and drawer fronts.

 

The Executive Cabinet Door is available in a variety of wood species. It can be ordered with "No Finish" or with a natural clear finish. If ordering paint grade, you can choose unfinished or prefinished in several Sherwin-Williams conversion varnish colors shown below. Doors ordered as paint grade, either unfinished or painted, will have paintable hardwood frames and MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) panels.

To see this same style of door with an inset center panel, view our Trenton Cabinet Door. 

Scroll down the page to view the wood types and paint colors available for this door. Continue scrolling for pictures of the Executive family of doors and drawer fronts to help you envision an all new space.

 

Important: Your cabinet doors will be made to the exact size you order.

Most doors are intended to overlay the cabinet opening, and must be larger than the opening they cover.

If you want the door to be larger than the cabinet opening, you must increase the size of the door by adding the overlay amount to the opening size.

The most common overlay is one-half inch.

To order doors that overlay the opening by one-half inch on left, right, top, and bottom, you add 1-inch to width and height.

Watch the video below for detailed instruction!

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