Our Door Rail and drawer front category contain mitered cabinet door frames which are inserted with solid wood panels, (stile and rail construction) using forty-five degree mitered cuts in the joinery process. The concept is to enclose a floating (not glued) panel within a sturdy mitered door frame, this will allow for seasonal changes of relative humidity without affecting the structural integrity of the door frame. Other similar methods of this type of interior cabinet door construction include, cope and stick door frames, this is where a matching male and female patterns are milled into the stile and rail, then joined together.
We currently offer over five hundred different miter cabinet door and drawer front moulding patterns, including beaded face frames, shaker style frames, colonial style, contemporary, modern, art deco and every other architectural design style you can imagine. If you're looking to dress up the cabinet door frame during the assembly process please browse our applied or panel moulding category, we have thousands of options available that will enhance the architectural décor in that beautiful room you call home.
If by chance you don't see the profile you desire, send us a sketch, we would be happy to create a custom design, cut an acrylic template and grind a set of cutters for any pattern you desire. Don't forget, we have an easy to use profile knife calculator located directly under every detail in our catalog, offering fast, accurate price quotes to all clients.