Cope and Stick (Mortise and Tenon)
Cope and stick joinery produces a great look for cabinet door frames. “Stick” is the molded edge cut along the frame’s inside edge. Any piece that meets that molding must match the profile by being “coped”. This subtle technique replaces the typical round-over profile with a clean and square corner. The tenon on our Cope and Stick doors and drawer fronts is 5/8″ long and provides the strongest joint available.
- Standard door frame widths are 2-1/4” and 3” depending on the door style.
- Frame glass doors and Muillon glass doors are available in all Cope and Stick door profiles.
- Brookhaven, Monterey, San Remo and Stafford come with 5-piece drawer fronts as a standard.
- Haley, Madison, Newport and Weston come with slab drawer fronts as a standard (up-grade to 5-piece drawer fronts as an option)
- Available in Cherry, Maple, Paint Grade, Alder and Red Oak.
A Mitered door looks similar to a picture frame with a clean line and square corners. All mitered joints are constructed using a blind mortise and tenon that is 3/8″ thick by 1/2″ deep. The width of the mortise and tenon vary depending on the frame width of the door or drawer front.
- Standard frame widths vary from 2-1/4″ to 3″ depending on the frame style.
- Frame glass doors and Muillon glass doors are available in all Mitered door profiles.
- Please note, Mitered doors will expand and contract in response to the environmental conditions. Our doors are made with a gap tolerance of 1/16″ on the inside corner to allow for expansion and contraction to occur.
- Available in Cherry, Maple, Paint Grade, Alder and Red Oak
*Slab / Stain finish only
All of our paints are formulated for spray application. We offer several standard paint colors, as well as an up-grade option for custom color paint matches (additional fees apply). Please remember that all finishes shown on this page are representative and may not be an exact match to the finish on the actual product.
We offer several standard hand-wiped stain colors, as well as an up-grade option for custom color stain matches (additional fees apply). Real wood products will vary in color and graining so, as an industry standard, it is considered acceptable to have some degree of variation between a color sample and the actual finished product. Please remember that all finishes shown on this page are representative and may not be an exact match to the finish on an actual product.
After stain or paint is applied, the glaze is applied to the entire surface on the face side of the item and then wiped off to change to change the overall look of the stain or paint color underneath. Although there is a standard application process for glazing, it is a process that is done by hand, so therefore , each glazed piece will have a unique look.
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Bradenton, FL 34203
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