RAISED PANEL DOORS
Raised Panel Door Designs are reproductions of different doors done in separate periods of our nations history. For example, Colonial 8-Panel doors were popular during the American colonial period. Some door styles, such as Victorian 6- Panel Doors, were popular in the Victorian era; from the late 19th to the early 20th century. Arts & Craft Designs were popular in the Arts and Craft Era of the early 20th century. Other styles, such as Cross Style, have religious motifs.
Raised Panel doors styles can have either horizontal or vertical panels.
Raised Panels float within the frame of the door, and are not glued to allow for expansion and contraction of the door panels.
Raised Panel Doors are made up of three parts: panels, stiles and rails.
Raised Panels doors can be used as Interior Door, Bi-folds, Bypass, Pocket Doors, Swinging Doors, Café Doors, etc..
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