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Old 07-10-2012, 10:56 AM   #1
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I'm adding cabinets and trying to match the existing one which I believe to be somewhat common as I've seen them before in other houses. However, I've been unable to find them at HD or Lowes or other local stores. They are a natural finished maple cabinets. Matching the arch is the critical thing. Any thoughts?

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this place has doors similar to yours and you can get them in the wood you want and the finish you want.


http://www.cabinetauthority.com/raisedpanel_doors.php

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Appreciate the suggestion, but the arches don't match (any better or worse than ones I've already seen). The 'swoop' is very minor on mine.

I'm thinking these were carried by Home Depot at one point, but can't find them anymore. Anyone recognize them or know who would have made them?

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take off a door and go into your local lumber yard. most lumber yards have a kitchen design center. see if they can match it up for you. if that doesn't work, ask them if they know of any cabinet makers. I'm certain they do and can probably make up whatever you need.

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