Raised styles are common in traditional kitchen settings. The middle section of the door is raised to create a slight groove between the panel and the cabinet door frame. This creates a symmetrical rectangle which perfectly outlines each cabinet door.
Slab cabinet doors have no frames or grooves. They are one solid piece which closes flush against the cabinets. These cabinets do not have much style to them, so hardware can really make them stand out when chosen accordingly.
These cabinet doors are the exact opposite of raised panel doors. The middle panel is slightly lower than the frame of the cabinet creating one large outline in the middle of your cabinet. These cabinets are simple yet still stylish and popular in contemporary and traditional kitchen settings.
The color of your cabinets should complement your countertops and your appliances, here are the color options available at Amarillo Plastic Fabricators.