Arts & Crafts Style Unfinished Mullion Cabinet Doors

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Product Description

Arts & Crafts Style
Custom - Ready to Finish Mullion Cabinet Doors


Great looking custom cabinet doors in Arts and Crafts - Craftsman or Mission style, unfinished or finished with state of the art equipment, by one of the premiere cabinet door companies in the USA! 

Each cabinet door is custom built to your specifications.  Our Arts & Crafts cabinet doors are built to the nearest 1/16" with a tolerance of +/- 1/32". 

Lead time: 10-11 work days, excluding date of order
(All lead times are subject to variations in workload)

Start by viewing and selecting your options below and choosing your optional finish, then just use the menus above to select those options and click on the "add to cart" button to see the final price of your door.

We are here to answer your questions! 
Call us Monday - Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm (cst)



Choose Your Arts & Crafts Door Style
(Shown with recommended drawer fronts which are sold separately)

Berkley Arts and Crafts Style Cabinet Door  Cottage Arts and Crafts Style Cabinet Door
Berkley Arts and Crafts Design Profile Cottage Arts and Crafts Design Profile

The "Berkley"

The "Cottage"

Minimum 9"w x 7 ½"h
2 ¾" Framing
¼" Veneer on mdf panel
Minimum 8"w x 8"h
2 ¾" Framing
Reverse cut solid wood panel shown
Mission I Arts and Crafts Style Cabinet Door Mission II Arts and Crafts Style Cabinet Door
Mission I Arts and Crafts Design Profile Mission II Arts and Crafts Design Profile

The "Mission I"

The "Mission II"

Minimum 10"w x 17 ¾"h
2 ¾" Framing
Top Opening Fixed at 6-5/8"
¼" Veneer on mdf panel 
Minimum 10"w x 17 ¾"h
2 ¾" Framing
Top Opening Fixed at 6-5/8"
Qty of mullions varies by width
San Raphael Arts and Crafts Style Cabinet Door
San Raphael Arts and Crafts Design Profile

The "San Raphael"

Minimum 12 ¾"w x 12 ¾"h
2 ¾" Framing - corners are 2" x 2"
¼" Veneer on mdf panel 
*Due to limited access to certain portions of Arts & Crafts doors, there will be areas between the mullions that have some roughness and more stain or glaze residue than typically seen on other finished products.  Edges of mullion may also show small amounts of sand through.  The appearance of these characteristics will not be considered defective.  On finished designs that receive pyramid pegs, the Walnut pegs will be finished in natural unless specified unfinished.  The Arts & Crafts Collection is not available painted.


Select Your Door Material and Finish
Click On A Wood Type To See Stain & Glaze Choices

Alder Alder, Knotty Birch, White* Cherry*
Cherry, Rustic Maple, Hard* Maple, Hard Rustic Maple, Soft
Oak, Red* Oak, Red, Qtr Sawn Oak, Red, Rustic Oak, White*
Paint Grade Hard Maple
Oak, White, Qtr Sawn Paint Grade Hard Maple Hickory* Hickory, Rustic
   
Pine, Knotty* Walnut*    
* Premium Grade is available

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Hinge Boring Options

If you intend to use a concealed European style hinge, here are your boring options.  We normally recommend a compact style hinge if you have "Face Frame" style cabinets.  If you have any questions, just give us a call. 

  • Doors 9" to 42" receive two bores
  • Doors 42-1/16" to 72" receive three bores
  • Doors 72-1/16" and longer receive four bores with center holes set 25" in from each end.
  • Bore hole is 35mm diameter, 13.5mm deep and the insert holes are 8mm diameter and 11.9mm deep
  • Custom boring is available at additional cost per door (contact customer service)
For Face Frame Cabinets Using Compact Hinges
Compact style hinge for Boring type "A"
Compact Style Hinge for "A" boring
Hinge bore pattern for compact hinge with dowel inserts Hinge bore pattern for compact hinges without dowel inserts

Compact hinge bore with dowel inserts
Select ("A" with)

Placement is 3" to center from top and bottom of door

Compact hinge bore without dowel inserts
Select ("A" without)

Placement is 3" to center from top and bottom of door
For Face Frame Cabinets Using Long Arm Hinges
Long arm style hinge for hinge boring type "B" & "C"
Long Arm Style Hinge for "B" & "C" boring
Hinge bore pattern for long arm hinge with dowel inserts for face frame cabinets Hinge bore pattern for long arm hinge without dowel inserts for face frame cabinets
Long Arm hinge bore with dowel inserts
Select ("B" with)

Placement is 3" to center from top and bottom of door
Long Arm hinge bore without dowel inserts
Select ("B" without)

Placement is 3" to center from top and bottom of door
For Frameless Cabinets Using Long Arm Hinges
Hinge bore pattern for long arm hinge with dowel insert holes Hinge bore pattern for long arm hinge without dowel insert holes
Long arm hinge bore pattern with dowel inserts
Select ("C" with)

Placement is 3-3/4" to center from top and bottom of door
Long arm hinge bore pattern without dowel inserts
Select ("C" without)

Placement is 3-3/4" to center from top and bottom of door
 

Product Warranty Information

Information about Conestoga product and finishing warranties.

Special note about door sizing:

Allowable tolerances for bow, warp or twist for single panel, multi-panel, frame only and mullion doors are as follows:

  • Single panel up to 26" wide and 48" tall - 1/8"
  • Multi-panel up to 26" wide and 48-1/16" to 64-15/16" tall = 1/4"
  • Multi-panel up to 26" wide and 65" to 83-15/16" tall = 5/16"
  • Single panel, single opening frame only and mullion doors over 26" wide and 48" tall will not be warranted (mullion lites not to be included in opening count)
  • Any door exceeding 25-15/16" wide or 83-15/16" high will not be warranted.

Allowable tolerances for contraction, expansion and warpage for one and three piece products are:

  • Up to 12" wide and 21-15/16" high - 1/8"
  • 12-1/16" to 22" wide or 22" to 43-15/16" high - 1/4"
  • Any one piece product exceeding 22" wide or 43-15/16" high will not be warranted
  • All three piece products over 30" wide and 14" high are not warranted

Finishing Notes

When ordering unfinished, doors should be properly prepared prior to applying any finishing products.  Be sure to read and understand the instructions provided by your finish manufacturer.  You may need to perform additional sanding to prepare your products for finishing.

Cabinet doors are your way to reflect your personal vision on the look and feel of your kitchen.  By selecting new cabinet doors for new construction or replacement cabinet doors for remodeling, you will find that your kitchen becomes your personal space in a whole new way.  Your custom cabinet doors are available in a great selection  of wood species which you will finish with your chosen stain, paint or finish. 

If you need sample kitchen doors to try in your home, you may want to buy a full size door which can be used in your project, or you may order any size you prefer. 

Measuring for new or replacement cabinet doors and drawers
(Click on link or image above for measuring guide)

 

Special Handling Charges for Oversize Doors

Shipping companies do charge extra for "oversize" pagages or packages that exceed certain lengths or other measurements.

If your product is going to incur additional charges, we will get a shipping quote prior to finalizing your order.  The shipping shown on your order may or may not include these "oversize" charges.  We will notify you prior to placing your order in production.

FedEx Oversize Packages

Packages that weigh 150 pounds or less and exceed 108 inches in length or 130 inches in length and girth are considered “oversize” packagesOversize packagesare rated based on the greater of the package's actual rounded weight or dimensional weight. In addition, an oversize package surcharge applies.

UPS Oversize Packages

A Large Package Surcharge will be applied to each UPS package when its length plus girth [(2 x width) + (2 x height)] combined exceeds 130 inches, but does not exceed the maximum UPS size of 165 inches. Large Packages are subject to a minimum billable weight of 90 pounds in addition to the Large Package Surcharge.

If you have any specific questions, let us know or refer directly to the carrier websites for more information.