Slab Cabinet Doors

A slab door is a solid, flat door with no frame or panel.  Slab cabinet door styles are usually selected for transitional and contemporary designs. 

The cabinet doors shown below are available in a variety of wood species and contemporary materials including foils and acrylics. 

Available wood species are listed below each door style with the following key:  A = Knotty Alder, C = Cherry or Rustic Cherry, H = Hickory, L = Lyptus, M = Maple, O = Red Oak, Q = Quarter Sawn Red Oak. 

Our Chroma door style is crafted with MDF (for a smooth surface and excellent adhesion) for painted finishes. 

Several door styles are available with a Foil or Acrylic material which is a durable polymer that is permanently and seamlessly fused to a carved slab door.

Alpine

HIGH PRESSURE LAMINATE
Shown in White

Ava

ACRYLIC
Shown in Grey

Camden

SOLID WOOD
Shown in Cherry, Harvest
C•M•O

Capri

WOOD GRAIN FOIL
Shown in Toffee

Chroma

PAINTED MDF
Shown in White

P

 

Icon - Horizontal

TEXTURED FOIL
Shown in Twig

Icon - Vertical

TEXTURED FOIL
Shown in Twig

Moda - Horizontal

VENEER
Shown in Quarter-Sawn Red Oak, Clove
Q

Moda - Vertical

VENEER
Shown in Maple, Natural
C•M•Q

Moxi - Horizontal

VENEER
Shown in Quarter-Sawn Red Oak, Ginger
Q

Moxi - Vertical

VENEER
Shown in Cherry, Peppercorn
C•Q

Naples

SATIN FOIL
Shown in Satin White

Palo

WOOD GRAIN FOIL
Shown in Mink

Soho - Horizontal

PATTERN GLOSS FOIL
Shown in Macchiato

Soho - Vertical

PATTERN GLOSS FOIL
Shown in Macchiato

Sonata

SATIN FOIL
Shown in Satin White

Summit

Shown in Cherry, Cinnamon
C•M•O

Talia - Horizontal

WIRED GLOSS FOIL
Shown in Wired Bronze

Talia - Vertical

WIRED GLOSS FOIL
Shown in Wired Bronze

Tribeca

SOLID GLOSS FOIL
Shown in Ruby

Urbana - Horizontal

TEXTURED FOIL
Shown in Sea Salt

Urbana - Vertical

TEXTURED FOIL
Shown in Sea Salt

All cabinet door styles are available in all product lines unless otherwise indicated.  Satin Foil doors are available for Crestwood and Alectra cabinetry only.  Foil, Acrylic and Laminate doors are available for Alectra cabinetry only

Exotic Veneer Doors

Dura Supreme offers 2 Slab door styles (Metro has a square edge, Moderne has a pillowed edge) in our Exotic Veneer program for Alectra cabinetry only.  Available wood species are listed below each door style with the following key:  B = Bamboo (Narrow Staved), V = Vertical Grain Fir, W = White Oak, Z = Zebrawood.

Metro - Horizontal

Shown in Bamboo, Natural
B•V•W•Z

Metro - Vertical

Shown in Bamboo, Natural
B•V•W•Z

Moderne - Horizontal

Shown in Zebrawood, Natural
B•V•W•Z

Moderne - Vertical

Shown in Zebrawood, Natural
B•V•W•Z

For our Alectra® cabinetry, Exotic Veneers (Bamboo, Vertical Grain Fir, Zebrawood and White Oak) are available for transitional and contemporary designs with high visual impact.  With the exception of Bamboo, which is a natural wood veneer, our Exotic Veneer program utilizes "engineered" wood veneers to achieve a desirable, consistent color and graining.  Natural veneers exhibit color and grain variations which are not always appreciated for contemporary design themes that require sleek consistent color.  For this reason, engineered veneers have been developed to specifically address this need and desire for consistency.  Additionally, engineered veneers are an environmentally friendly choice because they utilize sustainable wood species that are abundant and readily available.

Many of our engineered veneers utilize European Poplar.  With its overall light coloring and subtle grain pattern, it is ideally suited to create distinctive colors and patterns for engineered veneers.

To create an engineered veneer, logs are processed as usual for veneers.  A rotary lathe peels the log and then the sheet of veneer is clipped into shorter sections called "leaves".  The leaves are then processed through a dyeing vat to create the various colors for the specific engineered veneer.  Depending on the particular color and pattern being produced, the veneers are stacked with alternating colors and then glued together in a large block of wood.  Once the veneers have been pressed into a large block, they can be re-sliced to create the desired grain pattern, texture and color.