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 Parkside, shown here. Mitered joinery is at a 45-degree angle, as in Danbury or Cambridge. 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.
•MDF paints only
•cope and stick construction
•shown in Brushed Vintage Dovetail with Ivory accents
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