With the minimalism trend on the rise, homeowners are looking for clean lines without any of the fussy details. With all sorts of material and finish options for the slab style, you can have any type of design from glossy contemporary, Mid century modern, warm transitional, and everything in between.
So what’s the difference between all the slab door styles? Let’s go over each of them, below!
Shown above (from left to right): Anza style, 2D Laminate, Wired Bronze; Anza style, Acrylic, Sprout
The Estridge style is compatible with veneers- Composite, Designer and Natural types, available in Full Access construction. It is a vertical grain door. Estridge can be stained (with sample approval) and it can take liming/cerusing (with Composite veneers being the exception). Read more about these materials here and here!
Shown above (left to right): Estridge style, Composite Quartered Wenge, Natural; Estridge style, Designer Flat Cut White Oak, Natural; Estridge style, Sequenced Flat Cut Walnut, Natural; Estridge style, Textured European Oak, Barnwood, Limed
The Everett style is available with our composite veneers, and these are a horizontal grain application and Full Access construction. Everett can be stained (with sample approval).
Shown above: Everett style, Composite Quartered Teak, Natural
The Fargo style is for the Fenix NTM material, available in Full Access construction. Read more about this material here!
Shown above: Fargo style, Fenix NTM, Boulder
The Farmington style is a painted MDF slab style door, and is available in all construction types, including Full Access, Framed Modern Overlay and Inset. With a plethora of paints to choose from plus a custom paint matching program for Benjamin Moore®, Farrow & Ball® and Sherwin Williams® fan colors, your options are endless.
Shown above: Farmington style, Paint Grade, Galloway
SLAB STYLE INSPIRATION
Below are five “fab slab” projects, that show a variety of applications! Another bonus? Slab doors are easiest to clean since they are without typical moldings and details on other styles.
Clean and Contemporary
Shown above: Perimeter/Island Full Access construction, Farmington style, Paint Grade, Chalk; Talls Full Access construction, Estridge style, Composite Quartered Beechwood Grey, Natural
Shown above: Kitchen Bases Full Access construction, Estridge style, Composite Quartered Rift Cut White Oak, Natural; Kitchen Walls/Hood Full Access construction, Farmington style, Paint Grade, Glacier
Mad about Modern
Shown above: Full Access construction, Estridge style, Composite Quartered Teak, Natural
Traditional with a Twist
Shown above: Kitchen Bases Full Access construction, Farmington style, Paint Grade, Jack Pine by Benjamin Moore; Kitchen Walls Full Access construction, Augusta A (non-slab) style, Alder, Fawn, Brown Glaze
Bold and Beautiful
Shown above: Full Access construction, Farmington style, Paint Grade, Blueblood by Sherwin-Williams
Now you’re a slab door expert! So go from drab to fab, with all your slab style choices!
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