Bead Board Panel Custom Cabinet Door Georgia
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Georgia Door Shown in Maple
Poplar Frame MDF Panel
Poplar wood is generally straight grained with a fine, even texture. Creamy-white to pale brown heartwood and sapwood. Poplar varies from white to a light green with occasional black and purple streaks. Poplar is a relatively hard hardwood with good durability. The center panel for this door style uses economical MDF panel, ideal for a low cost paintable material
Price Per Square Foot $11.99
Poplar Frame/Poplar Panel
Poplar wood is generally straight grained with a fine, even texture. Creamy-white to pale brown heartwood and sapwood. Poplar varies from white to a light green with occasional black and purple streaks. Poplar is a relatively hard hardwood with good durability. This door style has a solid poplar wood center panel.
Price Per Square Foot $14.99
Alder wood is straight grained and even textured. Pale yellow to reddish brown with indistinct boundary between heartwood and softwood. Alder is an excellent choice for staining, as it will take a clear coat, or a light to dark stain very well. Has also been used quite commonly to mimic the look of cherry if stained and finished properly. Since alder is a straight smooth grain wood it also takes painted finishes very well.
Beech wood is a very hard hardwood with excellent wear resistance with straight or sometimes interlocked grain with a fine, even texture. Dark to light reddish brown heartwood and very thin, nearly white sapwood. Beech wood stains well, but is seen often with a glazed finish, it is also another ideal paint grade material due to its hardness and wear resistance and smooth grain, it takes paint beautifully.
Cherry wood is a relatively hard hardwood with great wear resistance. Cherry is generally straight grained with a fairly uniform texture and a rich luster. Light to dark reddish brown heartwood and narrow, nearly white sapwood. Cherry takes stain very well and is regarded as one of the most highly prized cabinet woods in North America.
Price Per Square Foot $25.99
Maple is a very hard hardwood, with excellent wear resistance. Maple wood has a straight, close grain with a fine, uniform texture. Nearly white sapwood, sometimes with a reddish tinge and light tannish heartwood. Maple is very hard and can be stained, although it is seen with a glazed finish. Maple paints excellently and is a great choice for a durable material for painting.
Price Per Square Foot $18.99
Red Oak - Plain Sawn
Red Oak wood is a straight grained with a coarse texture and prominent rays. Light reddish tan heartwood and narrow, almost white sapwood. Red Oak is a very hard and durable hardwood with great wear resistance. Oak accepts stain very well, from light to dark. Due to its rather coarse grain patterns Red Oak is not recommended for painting as this coarse grain will show under some painted finishes.
Painted bead board cabinet doors: Could They Just Complete The Room?
If you have never come across painted bead board cabinet doors, then in all honesty you are missing out on a style of door that could be absolutely perfect for your kitchen. In actual fact there is very little chance that you will have never come across this style of door as bead board is just a fancier name for those doors where there are flat beaded panels in the middle of the door that just gives the cabinet a bit more detail.
This type of door can come in various styles as the bead board can be rather elegant and classical in style with straight lines and right angles, but at the same time it can also include curves and a generally more flowing design that is quite traditional. The type that is best for you will of course depend on the overall look that you are trying to achieve, but all this means is that you need to spend time looking through the various options to ultimately select the one that is perfect for you.
It is important to point out that this type of cabinet door is not really for the modern look as it does mean that the door is not plain, but rather it has some detailing on it even though it can be quite subtle. Aside from the detailing you will also be able to choose from a range of colors and finishes and indeed this does mean that the chances of you not being able to select something that is perfect for your needs really are virtually non-existent.
With the finishes it is important to point out that in the majority of cases people will go for either it being stained or painted with white, or an off-white color, being the most popular by some distance. The finish that is applied really is up to you and what works best in your kitchen, but there is no reason why you cannot have oak, mahogany, cherry, ash, white paint, cream paint, or a whole host of other things dependent on how the rest of your kitchen will be styled.
The beauty of buying these types of doors is that they are all fully manufactured and all you are required to do is to go and hang them and the job is finished. There is no need for you to prime the doors, stain them, paint them, or allow them to dry as that is all done before you hand over your cash making your life easier and the renovation job as easy as it possibly could be.
In short, as long as you choose the correct design of painted bead board cabinet doors, then there is no doubt that your kitchen will indeed look fantastic and it will then be a room to be proud of. This type of door does not have to be expensive to buy, but it always looks like a quality product and will ultimately provide you with a kitchen that you can feel proud of owning.