Transitional style has dominated the kitchen and bath industry in the last few years, becoming today’s number one requested interior design style for new and remodeled homes. The hallmarks of Transitional style are clean lines, combined with elements from traditional and contemporary styling. This blending of two distinct styles to create something modern, yet familiar resonates with today’s consumer. The latest door styles from Dura Supreme add endless style options for transitional interiors.
Carson is a Shaker-styled door with a beveled inside edge profile and wider stiles and rails. As an alternative to a traditional, very square Shaker door; the unique beveled profile makes Carson ideal for transitional and soft contemporary styled interior designs.
As a complement to Carson, the Carson V-Groove door style features a narrow v-groove center panel creating a modern coastal-inspired look.
The new Chelsea door style is considered a modern take on a traditional, raised panel door. With its narrow panel profile and wide stiles & rails, Chelsea is the rare raised panel that works with transitional styled interiors.
Meridien is a wide stile & rail cabinet door style with a detailed inside-edge profile. Meridien in a painted finish will be a stand-out in any transitional room.
The new Avery door style is a modern/transitional look with an emphasis on vertical detailing. The Avery door is an another unique twist to that classic Shaker style.