Raised panel

Raised panel

A panel whose center portion is thicker than the edges or projects above the surrounding frame or wall surface.

raised panel, fielded panel

A panel with the center portion thicker than the edges or projecting above the surrounding frame or wall surface. When exposed on both sides (as on both sides of a door), it is called a double raised panel.
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supply and install twenty-five (25) new smart routed one-piece maple door raised panel styling 30x18 wall cabinets and twenty-five (25) 24x18 and fillers with all new hardware and fixtures (knob diameter: 1.
Other available options, such as solid raised panel doors, had a six-week lead time.
WalzCraft's S136 Tamarisk Signature Series is a raised panel mitered cabinet door and drawer front featuring paint grade maple stiles and rails and an MDF center panel.
Hand carvings, raised panel moldings, breakfront profiles and bun feet reinforce the legacy of British design in the Kilimanjaro collection.
There are two types of raised panel router bits: horizontal and vertical.
The columns are available in ivory, sand and slate gray in round, non-tapered plain and square, non-tapered plain, fluted and raised panel formats in a variety of sizes.
The top part has a wide recessed area for locating the display or membrane keypad, and a raised panel on the long edge of the base part is provided for USB, power or serial connectors and controls.
The residents of Eastside Commons will have deluxe island kitchens with granite countertops, hardwood floors, gas ovens and raised panel cabinets, full-sized washer and dryer units, and large walk-in closets.
American companies were doing intricate raised panel doors with fancy moldings while Europeans were offering full overlay doors and concealed hinges.
At the casket factory, manager Sam Mulgrew happily guides visitors on a tour of the assembly line, beginning with the planing of the rough-cut lumber and moving on to the building where the boards are cut and routed in a technique called raised panel joinery.
This creates a raised panel look to each individual surface.
Most of the cabinet selections, lately, have been maple with a natural finish with door selections tending toward the flat panel over the raised panel.