Country cabinetry is meant to be warm, comfortable and inviting with a timeless, natural appearance. In this style, cabinets can have raised-panel doors, bead board, and decorative panels.  This can include, stained glass, wire or tin are commonly seen. Such features add warmth and character to your cabinets.  This additionally, allows displaying of charming country collectables showcasing your personal taste.

Leaving some open shelves also gives a warm look and is a great way to display antiques or collectibles. You may additionally choose to leave off cabinet doors under your sink and replace the doors with a fun patterned curtain to cover the open space. Finally, dress up your cabinet doors with antique metal hardware such as brass, wrought iron, bronze or glass.

Edinburgh - County Cabinetry

The Edinburgh door style, inspired by English cottage styling offers a little bit of everything with its solid maple wide rail and stile door frame that embraces a straight v-grooved solid maple center panel. If making your kitchen or bath relaxed and inviting as the English countryside, then look no further than the Edinburgh door style.

Touraine - County Cabinetry

Touraine’s classic door style, named after the French Loire Valley wine country is constructed in traditional birch. Detail’s of raised panel door design allows for flexibility in personal fashion. Eclectic, Traditional to Country French, the choice is yours with the Touraine door style.

While country is a broad style that varies, casual and cozy describes it best.

South Hampton Cabinet Door, Traditional CabinetryTraditional style of county cabinetry typically feature more detail.  Sometimes this is in the form of raised-panel doors or bead-board designs. Colors range from clean whites and creams, to reds, tans, and a wide range of wood hues. 

Benton Cabinet Door, Rustic CabinetryRustic cabinet styles often reflect a country or mountain lifestyle through the use of large cabinets, warm colors and lots of wood with interesting detail and character in the form of knots and imperfections. Rather than using glossy stain finishes, rustic cabinets may be left rugged or matte to accentuate the authentic feel of the wood.

Shaker Cabinet DoorShaker cabinets showcase simple, clean and functional design. Characteristics of this cabinet style include flat-panel doors with rail frames, natural wood finishes and neutral paint hues like white or gray. Shaker kitchen cabinets are a popular in country kitchens because of the classic and casual look they lend.

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