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Shaker

Shaker is a five piece door style which works well in just about any room because the look is clean and uncomplicated. The diversity of this style can seamlessly integrate into your existing decor, or transform a blank slate into something beautiful, yet simple.

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Beveled Shaker

Beveled Shaker doors are truly transitional in nature as they are influenced by both traditional and contemporary elements. The simple and minimalist lines give you dimension in a classic design.

Glass Insert

Selecting glass center panels provides the most versatility for your project. Glass inserts can be used in any frame style. The options are far beyond clear glass or mirror and add flair or maintain simplicity in all kinds of spaces.

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Traditional

If carved moldings, graceful lines, and overstuffed accent pillows are your style, the contours of our Traditional style will bring your elegant vision to life.

Available in select colors and textures and many in rich woodgrain patterns.

Slab

The Slab style is a solid door with no contoured frame. This flat panel door is great for transitional, contemporary or modern looks.

We are pleased to be able to offer all colors in Slab Style. Please visit our Color Palette page to see the full selection of colors.

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Contemporary Raised Panel

This Contemporary Raised Panel door style is exclusive to the The Closet Works. Most Raised Panel styles have a traditional look but we have developed a unique door which gives you the substance of a Raised Panel with contemporary styling.​

Traditional Raised Panel

Traditional Raised Panel doors have a sophisticated and ornamental look which are at home with both your tufted headboard and your modern cube side tables. The curved profile with clean, straight lines perfectly satisfies your transitional palette.

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