The defining feature of all beautiful cabinetry and furniture is the fine craftsmanship of the visible parts namely, the Doors and Drawer Fronts. Anderson Plywood offers a custom door program at a quality and price that can only be achieved because we use a factory solely dedicated to the manufacture of Cabinet Doors and Drawer Fronts.


Step 1: Decide what species of wood you want your cabinet to have. Your choices range from Alder to Walnut including Paint-grade or Thermo-foil. Scroll down to view the Species choices.

Step 2: Decide what style or look of door/drawer front you wish for your cabinet. Scroll down to see the available choices below.

Step 3: Decide what edge treatment you wish for the doors/drawer fronts. Click to view the edge treatment choices.

Step 4: Provide us with your measurements by completing this form: Request for Quote/Order Form.

Now send us the completed Quote/Order Form for your custom cabinet doors either by email or by fax (310) 397-8426. Upon receipt we will price it and return a written quote to you. If you would like to proceed with ordering the custome cabinet doors or drawer fronts, check all measurements and choices for accuracy, sign the form and return it to us together with your payment. Your order will be produced in 7 working days and be ready for pick-up or shipping.

Please call us (855) 424-9663 if you need assistance


Cambridge (shown in Walnut)


Moulding is applied to the inside of the door frame for these styles. Included are both Cape & Stick and Mitered frames with solid and recessed panel options. When choosing Applied Moulding it is important to consider the minimum size of Frame and Panel drawer fronts because the mouldings take up extra space inside the frame. Therefore, it might be wise to substitute a recessed panel in lieu of a raised panel. Utilizing this configuration gives the end user more flexibility in overall drawer height and more options when choosing handles or knobs.

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Bronderslev (shown in Alder)

Bronderslev (shown in Alder)


If you are looking for elegant design possibilities for your custom cabinet doors you might consider Mitered Raised Panel doors. Careful consideration of hardware placement and height restrictions should be taken into account when choosing a frame and panel drawer front option. If height restrictions become a concern, consider using a recessed panel alternative. Standard and routed drawer fronts are available, allowing more flexibility in drawer height. Certain styles have an inherent edge detail which cannot be reproduced on a solid slab drawer front to make an effective match, however, making a frame and panel front your best option.

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Cabinet Door Alder

Cardigan (shown in Alder)


Incorporating standard 1/4″ veneered plywood as the panel insert, Mitered frame recessed panel doors use the same frame as mitered raised panel doors. If interested in an optional solid wood recessed panel for your custom cabinet doors, in lieu of the standard 1/4″ material, it is possible to glue solid wood panels that are approximately 3/8″ thick. Both options look identical from the front, the difference being the panel thickness that is taken up on the back side of the door. Eliminating the need to fill the space between the panel and the frame, the solid option makes for an easier attachment to a drawer box.

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Camaret (shown in Beech)

Camaret (shown in Beech)


If versatility is what you are after for your kitchen custom cabinet doors, the Cope & Stick Raised Panel style may be your best opportunity. Considering the frame detail and rail geometry, the many options for outside edge details, and the fact that all styles that are not arched can also be made with a mitered frame, the combinations are limitless. As always, attention to the hardware placement and height restrictions is necessary when ordering the frame and panel drawer front option. Substituting recessed panels for solid as a design element, and for reducing drawer height constraints, is also an option.

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Torino (shown in Beech)

Torino (shown in Beech)


Unlike the other sections, these custom cabinet doors are unique. The Granville is a true fixed louver door and is most commonly used where ventilation is desired. The Carentan does not allow for air circulation. The Oslo and the Alborg have a veneered MDF core with a solid 3/4″ wood band glued to the perimeter. The New Amsterdam is glued tongue and groove construction.

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Carentan (shown in Alder)

Carentan (shown in Alder)


When defining Standard French Lites, Standard refers to lite arrangement and mullion size. You must make sure a mullion’s width is adequate if you are using a mullion to conceal a shelf. Typically used with beveled glass, true lites are when an individual pane of glass is placed into each opening. This option is available for your custom cabinet doors, as well as custom placement or design of mullions.

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Manchester (shown in Cherry)

Manchester (shown in Cherry)

Cabinet Door Aldar

Alder (shown in Cardigan)

Cabinet Door Knotty Alder

Knotty Alder (shown in St. Gallan)

Cabinet Door Walnut

Walnut (shown in San Sebastian)

Cabinet Door Beech

Beech (shown in Porto)

Cabinet Door Knotty Pine

Knotty Pine (shown in Wexford)

Cabinet Door White Birch

White Birch (shown Dorset)

Cabinet Door Cherry

Cherry (shown in Olten)

Copenhagen (shown in Red Birch)

Red Birch (shown in Copenhagen)

Cabinet Door White Maple

White Maple (shown in Leighton)

Cabinet Door Knotty Alder

Hickory Pecan (Novarra)

Cabinet Door Red Oak

Red Oak (shown in Hillerod)

Cabinet Door White Oak

White Oak (shown in Bergamo)