"Mitered" refers to how the cabinet door's frame is assembled. A mitered corner is achieved when two perpendicular pieces are cut and connected at a 45-degree angle. Mitered doors tend to be more decorative because this type of joint allows for more beads and grooves in the door's frame. These doors are wonderful with stained finishes, but with painted finishes you may see seams in the joints as wood expands and contracts.
While every effort is made to keep this site up-to-date with current manufacturer specifications, actual availability and options are determined by the manufacturer and will be confirmed during the quoting and ordering process.
How to use this page: You selected "Mitered", so our mitered door options are shown. These may include both raised panel and flat panel doors. (Doors shown as raised panels can also be made as flat panels.) You can select a different option from the menu, or you can click "View Categories" and make a choice there.
Click any door to get a larger view. Once selected, you can click "View Drawers" to see the drawer front styles that are most complementary to that door. If you find one you like, you can "Add to Favorites". Once one or more Favorites are chosen, you can print them so that you can refer to them later (Sorry, but we do not save the Favorites after you leave this page).