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So what do "cope and stick" and "mitered" mean? These terms refer to how the horizontal and vertical components of the outer frame of a cabinet door meet at the corners. Cope-and-stick means a straight, vertical joint, as in Covington, shown here. Mitered joinery is at a 45-degree angle. It's really just a question of personal preference. Which look do you like? Of course, another way to make a cabinet door is called "slab" - one single, sleek piece. ShowplaceEVO offers a wide range of slab choices too.
 
 
Covington
Covington
•red oak, maple, paint grade, cherry, rustic alder
•cope and stick construction
•shown in paint grade Brushed Vintage Light Mocha with Ebony accents
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