Recessed panel doors have four outside boards that create a frame and a large center panel that sits below the surface of the frame.
The shaker style is simple, without any detail on the edges where the frames meets the flat center panels.
Raised panel doors have a thicker center panel that tapers as it meets the frame.
Beaded styles are common with inset cabinet doors, as they give a more cottage or farmhouse look.
This style of door may be seen as outdated because it was popular in the 1990's, but can still be found in kitchens today.
This style of cabinet doors is the easiest one to make yourself!
People often use this cabinet door style to highlight beautiful dishes and bowls inside.
This style puts a more modern twist on the mullion while still allowing you to showcase items in your kitchen and dining areas.