Haas Design Portfolio
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Full Overlay Miter
A miter is a joint formed by beveling the edges of two pieces of wood at 45 degrees, then fitting these angle cuts together to form a right angle. Full overlay is a term used in kitchen cabinet design. It means your kitchen cabinet doors and drawers overlay most of the cabinet frame, so that the frame is not visible.
There are ten styles of full overlay mitered doors.
Haas Kitchen cabinet door styles: square center panels on wall and base doors.
All miter door stylings use 5-piece drawer fronts on base units.
All Haas kitchen cabinet doors are available in cherry and maple hardwoods, except the Haas Hermitage line, which is available only in hickory hardwood.
Full Overlay Mortise and Tenon
For centuries, wood craftsmen have used the mortise and tenon joint as a reliable foundation in joining two pieces of wood at a right angle. With Haas' full overlay mortise and tenon kitchen cabinet designs, most of the cabinet frame is not visible.
Kitchen cabinet door styles: square center panels on wall and base doors, except for Estate, which comes with either square or arch wall door center panels.
There are 16 styles available.
All Haas mortise and tenon overlay door styles, except for Sonoma, are available with either a 5-piece or slab style drawer front. Available in cherry, hickory, maple, and oak hardwoods.
Traditional Mortise and Tenon
Traditional mortise and tenon designs provide a strong wood joint by fitting together a tenon (projection) in one piece into a mortise (groove) in another. With Haas' traditional mortise and tenon kitchen cabinet designs, most of the cabinet frame is visible.
There are six main styles of traditional mortise and tenon kitchen cabinet designs.
- Dresden: featuring square, flat center panels
with center mullion on wall and base units.
- Federal: available with square, arch, or cathedral
raised center panels on walls and standard square raised center panels on base units. Not available with cathedral center panel on doors in maple.
- Lancaster: available with square and arch
flat center panels on walls and standard square center panels on base units.
- Rockford: raised square center
panel. Profile features a large flat area around the
perimeter. This flat area allows applied molding to be
added to the door in a picture framing effect.
- Stafford: raised applied molding
picture frames the square, flat center panel.
- Madison: two-step raised center
panel in square, arch and cathedral on wall, square on
Two different drawer front styles are available on any "Traditional" overlay selection:
- Slab drawer front
- 5-piece drawer front
Traditional mortise and tenon kitchen cabinet designs are available in cherry, hickory, maple, and oak hardwoods.
Craftsman Beaded Inset Door
The Craftsman Series is available in cherry and maple
woods only. There are five door styles available. Wall
cabinets will have the same door styling as the base
- Bedford: a reverse raised (solid)
panel door style with applied molding around the door
center panel and slab drawer front.
- Georgetown: a raised panel door
style and slab drawer front.
- Langford: a raised panel door style
with applied molding around the door center panel and
slab drawer front.
- Richmond: a reverse raised (solid)
panel door style with a Shaker inside edge profile and
slab drawer front.
- Richmond Beaded: a reverse raised
(solid) panel door style with vertical beads in the
center panel with a Shaker inside edge profile and slab
All current cherry finishes are available on cherry
product in the Craftsman Series. All current maple finishes
are available on maple product in the Craftsman Series.
Craftsman Series products have an identical finish
(chemically and in application methods) to other Haas
products with one exception. If a glazed finish is ordered,
the beaded front frame will have glaze applied in the beaded
area. This bead may also grab and trap more pigment on some
misted finishes, resulting in a darker finish appearance in
Door Edges and Accent Glazes
Haas Door Edge Profiles
Haas kitchen cabinet doors are available in Classic Door Edge Profile, Shaker Door Edge Profile, and Designer Door Edge Profile.
Classic Door Edge Profile
- Standard on all Traditional Overlay Mortise and Tenon kitchen cabinet doors, except Lancaster and Dresden in maple.
- Standard on Estate Series doors.
- Glazing is not available.
Shaker Door Edge Profile
- Standard on all Full Overlay Mortise and Tenon kitchen cabinet doors, except Estate.
- Standard in maple on Dresden and Lancaster Traditional Overlay Mortise and Tenon kitchen cabinet doors.
- Optional glazing is available only on doors featuring rope, applied molding, or beaded center panels.
Designer Door Edge Profile
- The Designer Profile, an optional door edge, is available on all mortise and tenon kitchen cabinet door styles.
- Glaze accent finishes are available on all door styles with the Designer Profile.
Haas accent glazes are available on all wood species and on any standard finish or Signature finish kitchen cabinet doors. Glazes are used to bring out the detail on kitchen cabinet doors, as well as enhance their color and tone. Glaze treatments improve the natural beauty of the wood and can enhance the base finish color of your kitchen cabinet design.
Haas accent glazes are available in five popular colors:
Wood Species & Color Finishes
Haas cabinetry includes cabinets made from the most
popular series of furniture-grade hardwoods: cherry,
hickory, maple and oak. Cabinet doors are made from solid
hardwoods--no particleboard center panels like found in
panels from most manufacturers. All Haas wooden products are
available in a variety of finishes. Cabinets manufactured at
Haas comply with the rigorous standards set by the American
National Standards Institute (ANSI) and sponsored by the
- Cherry - Haas cherry cabinets are just that--cherry,
not soft maple or alder woods stained red to fool you
into thinking it's cherry. Real cherry is often
considered the top-of-the-line in hardwoods. Most
expensive and fine furniture is made of this wood which
is characterized by its fine, uniform grain patterns.
Cherry is mostly finished in a dark red or brown color.
All cherry products will darken somewhat with age due to
exposure to sun or artificial light.
Color Finishes: Natural, Honey, Cinnamon, Spice, Rose,
- Hickory - Hickory is a very strong, close-grained
wood that is known to have wide variations in colors.
These color variations will range from white to
chocolate brown. Hickory wood is often used as an
alternative to oak for consumers who prefer an
open-grained wood, but have tired of the traditional oak
look. Hickory, with its extreme strength and
flexibility, is used often in the manufacturing of ax
handles and other products where strength is desired.
Color Finishes: Natural, Honey, Cinnamon, Medium,
- Maple - All Haas maple cabinets utilize hard maple,
rather than the less expensive soft maple used by most
manufacturers. Hard maple is a close-grained wood that
is predominately white in color. Hard maple is known for
its strength and shock resistance and is used in the
manufacturing of wood floors and bowling alleys. Due to
its close graining, maple is mostly stained in a light
color or whitewashed and can provide the consumer with a
very contemporary look in a wood product.
Color Finishes: Natural, Honey, Spice, Pearl, Espresso
- Oak - All Haas oak cabinets use 100% select red oak.
Red oak is a very strong, open-grained wood that ranges
in color from salmon-pink to almost white. Oak is the
most used wood in the manufacturing of cabinets and fine
furniture and is considered the standard of wooden
Color Finishes: Natural, Honey, Cinnamon, Medium,
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