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Louvered cabinet doors?

Posted by acgummad (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 23, 14 at 23:22

Do any brands of semi-custom cabinetry exist that offer louvered doors? I'm doing a British colonial, old world tropical bathroom remodel, and the plantation style of louvered doors would be an awesome design feature. But I wonder if I'm going to have to order custom cabinetry from my kitchen designer... I can't seem to find louvered door options from a KraftMaid, Shenandoah, Schuler, Meridian, etc. Any ideas??


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RE: Louvered cabinet doors?

Omega has 'em.

And yes, it WOULD be an awesome design feature (just don't use linty TP in there!).


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RE: Louvered cabinet doors?

Thank you, fori! And where might I find Omega cabinetry?


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RE: Louvered cabinet doors?

Let Google work for you......

Here is a link that might be useful: Where to buy


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RE: Louvered cabinet doors?

Better for me to take the recommendation of a worthy dealer, but thanks, millworkman!


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RE: Louvered cabinet doors?

Would need to know where you are located to potentially send you to a dealer.


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RE: Louvered cabinet doors?

Woodharbor offers a louvered door. I have attached a link. I have Woodharbor cabinets and I'm happy with them. They are made in Mason City, Iowa. I got them because I live in Iowa and wanted to buy local. They offer anything you want as far a custom, or semi custom, I believe.

Here is a link that might be useful: Woodharbor Cabinet Louvered Door Options


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RE: Louvered cabinet doors?

Conestoga Cabinets via cabinetauthority.com offers two different types of louvered cabinet doors - a nice choice!


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