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Transitional Cabinetry - Freeman

The Freeman is a beautiful example of Transitional Cabinetry.  This cabinet door combines simple lines of the historic architectural era with the contemporary fashion of today. Additionally, this cabinet door is beautiful in both paint and stain finishes. Customize your look with an accent glaze.

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Transitional Cabinetry - Hargrove

The Hargrove cabinet door style offers shaker styling and a beautiful birch wood grain. This transitional cabinet door style features a flat center panel. Also, it’s an exceptional value and offers limitless options for any room decor.

Features of the Freeman

3/4″ thick solid maple door frames and drawer fronts

Genuine maple wood veneer recessed flat center panel

Assembled with five-piece mortise and tenon joinery

Available in square design for all cabinets; offered with 5-piece drawer fronts

Full overlay doors and drawer fronts

Decorative hardware is required

Available in Premier and AllWood Construction

Features of the Hargrove

3/4″ thick solid birch door frames and drawer fronts

Veneered MDF recessed flat center panel

Assembled with five-piece mortise and tenon joinery

Available in square design for all cabinets; offered with slab drawer heads

Standard reveal doors and drawer fronts

Eased edge profile on outside door frame

Decorative hardware available but not required

Transitional refers to being in between two phases or stages.  A transitional design aims to balance the comfort of a traditional style and the sleek cleanliness of a contemporary kitchen. Blending the old with the new, transitional cabinetry allows for a design that’s open to interpretation.

Transitional cabinetry tends to be low profile and clean lines are best here. You won’t find a lot of intricate carving, or elaborate hardware. So, keep it simple with a shaker style door. Shaker cabinet doors are a great choice because they are uniquely simple yet attractive. They feature recessed panel doors, light finishes and basic hardware.  Your cabinets shouldn’t take away from the design, they should enhance it naturally.

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Here at Merrell Building,

We characterize transitional kitchen cabinets by these features:

-Gentler profiles
-Clean lines
-Rich colors sometimes contrasted with neutral tones
-Crown molding, if any, that is less ornamented
-A successful mix of the simple and the sophisticated

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