Sample Kitchen Styles

  • Traditional Style

    Traditional style incorporates design elements from several centuries and combines both elegance and easy, day to day comfort. It is stylish without feeling overbearing.

    • Shown in Hickory, Natural Finish

      Good

      Cabinet Line: Essence
      Wood: Red Oak
      Hardware: Builder grade
      Door Design: TW-10 flat panel
      Drawer front: Slab
      Drawer box: Plywood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $178 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Maple, Natural Finish

      Better

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Hard Maple
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: CRP-10 raised panel
      Drawer front: Matching raised panel
      Drawer box: Solid Wood Dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $259 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Cherry, Honey Finish

      Best

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Cherry
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: 10797 Applied Molding
      Drawer front: Matching Front
      Drawer box: Upgraded Maple Solid Wood Dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $292 per lineal foot

  • Contemporary Style

    Contemporary styling typically incorporates flat, sleek door designs, simple paint schemes and very little adornment. Coupled with stainless steel or brushed nickel accents and contemporary hardware, contemporary styling is both simple and sophisticated at the same time.

    • Shown in Hard Maple, Natural Finish

      Good

      Cabinet Line: Essence
      Wood: Hard Maple
      Hardware: Builder grade
      Door Design: Savoy Veneered slab
      Drawer front: Savoy Veneered slab
      Drawer box: Plywood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $169 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Red Oak, Driftwood Finish

      Better

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Hard Maple
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: Cortland Wide framed flat panel
      Drawer front: Cortland Drawer
      Drawer box: Solid Wood Dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $228 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Cherry, Natural finish

      Best

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Cherry
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: Fairhaven
      Drawer front: Fairhaven
      Drawer box: Solid Wood Dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $265 per lineal foot

  • TW-10 door with wide frame and beaded inset cabinet. Prism paint custom colors.

    Transitional Style

    Transitional styling borrows from several different types of design and typically uses different colors. For instance, combining a shaker style door with beaded inset cabinetry, a glazed finish and different counter top materials is a common 'transitional' approach to kitchen design.

    • Shown in Red Oak, Autumn w/Sable glaze

      Good

      Cabinet Line: Essence
      Wood: Red Oak
      Hardware: Builder grade
      Door Design: TW-10827
      Drawer front: TW-10827
      Drawer box: Plywood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $191 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Cherry, Honey Finish

      Better

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Hard Maple
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: Verona Applied Molding flat panel
      Drawer front: Verona Drawer
      Drawer box: Solid Wood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $252 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Hard Maple, Natural w/Caramel Glaze

      Best

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Cherry
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: CRP-10191 Mitered
      Drawer front: Applied Molding
      Drawer box: Solid Wood Dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $260 per lineal foot

  • Amesbury Door, Quarter Sawn Oak (customer finsihed).

    Arts & Crafts Style

    Arts and Crafts exudes the simple, flat, squared off looks popularized by classic architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright. Inset doors with Quarter Sawn oak is a common example, but regardless, the doors are always simple flat panel designs with very little fanfare, often incorporating pegs in the corners.

    • Shown in Cherry, Natural Finish

      Good

      Cabinet Line: Essence
      Wood: Red Oak
      Hardware: Builder grade
      Door Design: Amesbury PP
      Drawer front: Slab
      Drawer box: Plywood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $164 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Cherry, Natural Finish

      Better

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Hard Maple
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: Sheldon double panel
      Drawer front: Matching flat panel
      Drawer box: Solid Wood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $212 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Cherry, Natural Finish

      Best

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Cherry
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: Cottage
      Drawer front: Cottage
      Drawer box: Solid Wood Dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $295 per lineal foot

  • Farmhouse Style

    Farmhouse styling brings back the warmth and comfort of early America. Inset or beaded inset is quite common and the door designs are always simple and understated. Use of graceful design touches like valanced base cabinets and bead board accents further enhances the farmhouse feel. Typically, painted finishes prevail in this style.

    • Shown Cherry, Natural Finish

      Good

      Cabinet Line: Essence
      Wood: Red Oak
      Hardware: Builder grade
      Door Design:Stockbridge
      Drawer front: Slab
      Drawer box: Plywood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $164 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Cherry, Natural Finish

      Better

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Hard Maple
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: Madison
      Drawer front: Madison
      Drawer box: Solid Wood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $238 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Cherry, Harvest w/Sable Glaze

      Best

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Cherry
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: Woodford
      Drawer front: Woodford
      Drawer box: Solid Wood Dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $268 per lineal foot

  • European Country Style

    Euro Country focuses on heavy embellishment. Detailed moldings, heavy carvings/legs, glazed finishes and beefy, applied molding doors are common in this design style. Typically, smaller kitchens can feel heavy and overwhelming in this design style, so be mindful of your available space when designing.

    • Shown in Hard Maple, Natural Finish

      Good

      Cabinet Line: Essence
      Wood: Red Oak
      Hardware: Builder grade
      Door Design: Monroe
      Drawer front: Slab
      Drawer box: Plywood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $178 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Hard Maple, Natural w/Caramel Glaze

      Better

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Hard Maple
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: Presidential Mitered Door
      Drawer front: Presidential Mitered Drawer front
      Drawer box: Solid Wood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $246 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Hard Maple, Colonial w/Sable Glaze

      Best

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Cherry
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: Staffordshire 1" thick door
      Drawer front: Staffordshire 1" thick Drawer
      Drawer box: Solid Wood Dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $308 per lineal foot

  • Albany door (wall doors are 3 panel high), Cherry w/ Chestnut stain

    Shaker Style

    Perhaps the most popular of all styles, shaker is pure simplicity. Painted woods or traditional American woods like Cherry and pine are common in Shaker styling. Doors are always flat panel and crown moldings are either simple or even non existent. The Shaker culture detested anything that brought too much attention, so keep it simple!

    • Shown Cherry, Natural Finish

      Good

      Cabinet Line: Essence
      Wood: Red Oak
      Hardware: Builder grade
      Door Design: Stockbridge
      Drawer front: Slab
      Drawer box: Plywood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $164 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Cherry, Natural Finish

      Better

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Hard Maple
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: Amesbury
      Drawer front: Matching Amesbury
      Drawer box: Solid Wood dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $235 per lineal foot

    • Shown in Cherry, Natural Finish

      Best

      Cabinet Line: Advantage
      Wood: Cherry
      Hardware: Blum Soft Close
      Door Design: Madison
      Drawer front: Madison
      Drawer box: Solid Wood Dovetailed
      Finish: Stain only

      About $272 per lineal foot

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