What kind of wood is my cabinet door


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Old 08-12-16, 09:12 AM
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What kind of wood is my cabinet door

Here is a picture of my cabinet. I need to order a replacement door. I don't know what wood it is, maple, Adler, I don't know.

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Is this a good place to order a replacement?

http://www.cabinetdoors.com/products...oor-63-38.html

Or any other recommendations?
 
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Old 08-12-16, 09:20 AM
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It's red oak. .....................................
 
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Thank you. Here is one more, just to be sure...

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I agree - it's red oak. Possibly with a honey oak stain.
 
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https://www.cabinetdoorsdepot.com/

Above is a link to a site I use occasionally. Your door profile is unique, just a simple cove.
I can't say I've seen that profile and hopefully you can find it or have it custom shaped.
 
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Brian, I think that's just the raised panel in that 2nd pic.
 
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Yep,
I didn't see first pic with the rails and stiles, but I've had a duh moment

This is a classic raised panel design and the OP should have no problem finding a match.
From my experience the quality of the door might be better than expected and cheaper than building the door yourself.
 
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Thx for all ur help

Thank you all for your help. I appreciate it
 
 

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