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Shaker Variations and Options

Turn the page of any home design magazine or spend time on Houzz.com and you will inevitably find a shaker style door.  This style has seen a significant increase in popularity in the past couple years. It is a diverse door style that can be used across several different design aesthetics, making it an excellent choice for many homeowners.  So if your customer decided on a shaker look, there are some options to consider depending on the chosen substrate.  We offer the classic shaker look in wood, Deco-form 3D laminate (RTF), and also in our Expressions 5-piece wrapped Deco-form product line.  Additional options are available if your customer is looking for a wider frame, a little detail on the inside edge, or a beefed up solid panel instead of a ¼” plywood panel for wood doors.  Below are some of our popular items, divided by product line. 

Wood

Shaker 831Shaker (831)

Solid ¾” frame,
¼” plywood panel

Durango (834)

Solid ¾” frame,
½” solid panel

Shaker CampbellCampbell (385)

Solid ¾” frame,
¼” plywood panel,
step inside edge detail

Sullivan (386)

Solid ¾” frame,
⅜” solid panel,
step inside edge detail

Shaker Studio (351)Studio (351)

Solid ¾” frame,
¼” plywood panel, wide 4” frame with grooves in joints

Parker (352)

Solid ¾” frame,
⅜” solid panel, wide 4” frame with grooves in joints

Shaker Camden (836)Camden (836)

Solid ¾” frame,
beaded ½” solid panel

With wood door styles, the options for customization are almost endless.

  • Change Inside Edge Detail to IE6 for a ¼” bevel
  • Increase the stiles and rails to 2-1/2”, 3”, or any frame size that fits your needs
  • Increase the Durango frame size to 3” and the bottom rails to 5”
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  • Add an outside edge detail to any of our dozens of options, like the OE2, OE3, or OE488 for a bullnose to soften the edge or an OE9 for a ¼” bevel on the outside.
  • Use different materials for the panel and the frame

Deco-form and MDF for Painting

Shaker DRS131DRS131 (131)

¾” thick door with near 90 degree angle inside edges

Shaker MRS231MRS231 (231)

MDF version of DRS131 for painting (shown in Flint Grey Water-based Finish)

Shaker DR1DR1 (112)

¾” thick door with bevel inside edge

Shaker MR1MR1 (122)

MDF version of DR1 for painting (shown in Swiss Coffee Water-based Finish)

Expressions

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Shaker Picasso (362)Picasso (362)

¾” thick door,
5-piece construction,
available in 5 popular colors

Shaker Stella (370)Stella (370)

¾ thick door,
5-piece construction,
3” frame, miter corners,
slight bevel inside edge, available in 5 popular colors

Whether the style is Craftsman, Contemporary, or Transitional these shaker style doors can help achieve your desired design aesthetic with ease.

Submitted By: Chanda Erselius on 06/24/2014
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