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WHAT TYPE OF SLAB DOORS DOES SITELINE OFFER?

With the minimalism trend on the rise, homeowners are looking for clean lines without any of the fussy details. With all sorts of material and finish options for the slab style, you can have any type of design from glossy contemporary, Mid century modern, warm transitional, and everything in between.

So what’s the difference between all the slab door styles? Let’s go over each of them, below!

AMICI

The Amici style is available high gloss Acrylic, in eight fabulous finishes! Read more about this material here!

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Shown above: Amici style, High Gloss Acrylic, Fly Yellow

CANTOR

The Cantor style is compatible with Reconstituted Veneers It is a vertical grain door, available in Natural finish, to highlight the beauty of the unique grain pattern. Read more about this material here!

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Shown above: Cantor style, Reconstituted Veneer, Quartered Gun Metal Ebony, Natural

CUMBERLAND

The Cumberland style is compatible with Reconstituted Veneers It is a horizontal grain door, available in Natural finish, to highlight the beauty of the unique grain pattern. Read more about this material here!

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Shown above: Cumberland style, Reconstituted Veneer, Quartered Walnut, Natural

DYSON

The Dyson style is compatible with Domestic Veneers It is a vertical grain door but it has a horizontal grain drawer front. It can also be stained. Read more about this material here!

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Shown above: Dyson style, Flat Cut Cherry, Natural

ELLIOTT

The Elliott style is compatible with domestic veneers It is a vertical grain door but it has a vertical grain drawer front. It can also be stained. Read more about this material here!

Shown above: Elliott style, Flat Cut Red Oak, Pebble

EMERSON

The Emerson style is available with the Textured Thermally Fused Laminates and it features a vertical grain pattern on the door and drawer front. Read more about this material here!

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Shown above: Emerson style, Textured Thermally Fused Laminate, Merapi

FULTON

The Fulton style is a painted MDF slab style door. With 25 paint options to choose from, mix and match your favorite shades!

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Shown above: Fulton style, MDF, Riverway

HARINGTON

The Harington style is available with the Textured Thermally Fused Laminates and it features a horizontal grain pattern on the door and drawer front. Read more about this material here!

Shown above: Harington style, Textured Thermally Fused Laminate, Delta

MALONE

The Malone style is available with Matte Thermally Fused Laminates and it features a vertical grain pattern on the door, and a horizontal grain pattern on the drawer front. Read more about this material here!

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Shown above: Malone style, Matte Thermally Fused Laminate, Burma

PAXTON

The Paxton style is compatible with Solid Matte, High Gloss, Super Matte, Textured and Premium (Concrete and Smartmatte) Thermofoil choices. If it has a Textured woodgrain, there will be a vertical grain pattern on the door, and a horizontal grain pattern on the drawer front. If it is Solid Matte, High Gloss, Super Matte or Premium, it will be a vertical pattern on the door and drawer front. Read more about these materials here and here!

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Shown above: Paxton style, Premium Thermofoil, Chicago Concrete

PRIESTLY

The Priestly style is compatible with High Gloss, Textured and Premium (Concrete and Smartmatte) Thermofoil choices. If it has a Textured woodgrain, there will be a horizontal grain pattern on the door and drawer front. Read more about these materials here and here!

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Shown above: Priestly style, Textured Thermofoil, Gorge

RALSTON

The Ralston style is available on our newest addition to the Thermally Fused Laminates, called Structured. It features a vertical grain pattern on the door and drawer front. Read more about this material here!

Shown above: Ralston style, Structured Thermally Fused Laminate, Vineyard

REEVES

The Reeves style is available on our newest addition to the Thermally Fused Laminates, called Structured. It features a horizontal grain pattern on the door and drawer front. Read more about this material here!

Shown above: Reeves style, Structured Thermally Fused Laminate, Iron

SLAB STYLE INSPIRATION

Below are five “fab slab” projects, that show a variety of applications! Another bonus? Slab doors are easiest to clean since they are without typical moldings and details on other styles.

Clean and Contemporary

Shown above: Kitchen Bases/Talls Harington style, Textured Thermally Fused Laminate, Vista; Kitchen Walls/Island Paxton style, Thermofoil, High Gloss Everest

Mix and Match

Shown above: Kitchen Bases Fulton style, MDF, Mineral; Kitchen Walls Cantor style, Reconstituted Quartered Walnut Veneer, Natural

Mad about Modern

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Shown above: Kitchen Bases Cumberland style, Reconstituted Quartered Walnut Veneer, Natural; Kitchen Walls Amici style, Acrylic, Porcelain

Tri-Tone Zone

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Shown above: Kitchen Bases Emerson style, Textured Thermally Fused Laminate, Antler; Kitchen Walls Dyson style, Domestic Flat Cut Maple Veneer, Natural; Kitchen Island Fulton style, MDF, Peppercorn

Now you’re a slab door expert! So go from drab to fab, with all your slab style choices! The options are limitless!

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