Bayport & Lyndale: Raised Panel Cabinet Styles for a Timeless Kitchen
We are excited to announce our latest door styles, Bayport and Lyndale. Our customers asked, and we listened! Featuring gracefully scalloped raised door panels and deep stepped-waterfall edges on door frames, the styles fill a gap between the crisp straight lines of contemporary cabinetry and more decorative traditional styles. I suggest the Bayport to the client who is looking for a raised-panel style with a traditional feel – without the high prices charged at big box stores.
The custom kitchen island above is built of Bayport Cherry Russet cabinets trimmed with ogee molding in the toekick area to create a furniture feature, a beautiful transition between the white Shaker kitchen perimeter and the home’s living area.
The new styles feature gracefully scalloped raised-panel doors, deep stepped-waterfall edges on door and drawer-front frames, and a choice of slab drawer fronts (Bayport cabinets) or five-panel drawer fronts (Lyndale cabinets). Stained-wood center panels are 5/8-inch thick solid hardwood. Painted center panels are constructed of a furniture board that resists hairline cracking of the painted finish. Both styles are available in a great selection of painted and stained finishes and with short lead times.
A fresh take on the timeless raised-panel door style, the Bayport and Lyndale can be dressed up (for a traditional effect) or down (for a transitional design). Either style is an excellent choice for a butler’s pantry, buffet or other furniture feature. We specifically intended the Bayport to work well with any of our crown moldings and other decorative elements. This allows us to create a cabinetry style that flows naturally into a home’s existing architectural design.
In the family room above, Bayport Cherry Russet cabinets surround the fireplace. Bayport’s eased-waterfall profile, gracefully framing glass doors and slab-front drawers, adds a soft traditional touch to a transitional space.
The Bayport and Lyndale are full-overlay cabinet styles with concealed six-way adjustable nickel-plated steel hinges. Door frames are 3/4-inch thick solid hardwood with mortise-and-tenon joints and 2-5/8″ wide stiles and rails (wider than industry standard).