Maintaining Consistency in Design
The most common application of using multiple door styles is to combine both a raised panel and reverse raised/flat panel in one design. Often, this is seen in designs that have an island or furniture piece added to the space to emphasize the focal point.
“The days when everything had to match are long gone; it’s good to mix things up!”
For example, if our kitchen perimeter uses Brookhill flat panel maple in Divinity Classic paint , then we could use Brookhill raised panel cherry Chestnut on the island for the accent.
As we design the bathrooms, entertainment centers and entry rooms with boot benches, we have the flexibility to change the center panel to beaded with a glaze and highlight for a specialty look, while maintaining an overall consistency throughout the home.