Custom-Made Cabinet Doors and Drawer Fronts

Because of Covid-19, as of June 1st we have stopped door production for the foreseeable future. This decision was made in order to keep up with the sudden demand and backlog on our main product line of Solid Wood Countertops. We will be reassessing in January.

Contact Us and speak directly to the expert New England craftsman building your custom-made cabinet doors and drawer fronts. Sprague Woodworking Co. is a family-owned and operated Massachusetts custom cabinet door company that takes great pride in talking directly to our customers. Call us today at (978) 456-3947 and we will walk you through the door ordering process!

Our Cabinet Doors are Custom Made to Your Specifications.

Sprague Woodworking Co. has been expertly handcrafting custom cabinet doors in Massachusetts since 1979, and our products have been used in thousands of refacing, renovation, restoration, and new construction projects all over the country.

From high end installs to more moderate kitchen refacing or renovations, we take the time to understand your project and work with you to fulfill all of your custom needs. Our high quality custom-made cabinet doors and drawer fronts all include a personal touch that will ensure that your installations are a success!

We offer custom size kitchen cabinet doors and drawer fronts in virtually any size, wood species, or style. Our cabinet doors are sold finish sanded and ready to be painted or stained, or you can take advantage of our finishing capabilities and have us finish your custom size kitchen cabinet doors! You can mix and match a door style, frame style and panel style to create the look you want. If you have something special in mind, please call the shop, we do our best to accommodate your special style requests.

Here are some of our most popular style combinations:

DOOR STYLE:Raised PanelDF STYLE:5 Piece Raised Panel(shown below in Maple)
DOOR STYLE:Flat PanelDF STYLE:5 Piece Flat Panel(shown below in Red Oak)
DOOR STYLE:BeadboardDF STYLE:Slab(shown below in painted beadboard)
DOOR STYLE:Flat PanelDF STYLE:Slab(shown below in Poplar)
DOOR STYLE:SlabDF STYLE:Slab(shown below in Clear Pine)
DOOR STYLE:Flat 2 PanelDF STYLE:5 Piece Flat Panel(shown below in Cherry)
DOOR STYLE:Divided Lite(9 - Lite)Glass not included(shown below in Cherry)
Glass not included(shown below in White Oak)


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Choose Your Door Style

Raised Panel

Flat Panel

Flat 2 Panel


Open Frame

Divided Lite


Choose Your Wood

CherryPoplarRed OakWhite OakKnotty PineClear PineMapleBirch Poplar (w/MDF Panel)
Knotty Pine
Clear Pine
Red Oak
White Oak


Select Frame Style

StandardSquare (Shaker)RomanGentryBeaded


Select Panel Style

Reverse Raised Panel1/4" Plywood Flat PanelBeadboardCove Raised PanelStandard Raised Panel1/4" MDF Primed BeadboardS-Raised Panel


Select Outside Edge Profile

Step & RoundRoundedO-GeeSquare3/8" RabbetSquare Rabbet


Select Mounting Options

Inside MountOutside MountRabbet Mount


Select Your Finish



Painted (Benjamin Moore Advance)

See Below for Finishing Information

Step #8

Hinges and Hardware

Hinge Boring ($5 per door)

Hinge Boring and Standard Hinges for any OVERLAY applications ($14.50 per door)

Hinge Boring and Standard Hinges for INSET applications ($18.50 per door)

For Soft Close hinges (add $6 per door)

Hinge Boring and Hardware Options

We can bore our doors with a 35 mm hole which receives the Grass Hinge of your choice depending on the mounting option you choose (see mounting options in Step 6 above.) The hinge simply fits into the hole in the back of the door and then attaches to the side of the face frame or the side of the cabinet wall.

The hinges are fully adjustable to help with ease of installation.

Cabinet Door Mounting Options


The Grass face frame hinge will be utilized for a variety of overlay applications. We can get Grass overlay hinges ranging from a 1/2" overlay to a 1 1/4" overlay application

1/2" Overlay (outside mount)- This means that your door will overlay the face frame 1/2".

1 1/4" Overlay (outside mount) - This means that your door will overlay your face frame 1 1/4".


The Grass Inset Hinge will be used for the following mounting application.

Inset (inside mount) - This means that your door sits entirely in the opening of your cabinet. Sprague Woodworking recommends a 3/32" - 1/8" gap between the edge of your door and the edge of the face frame.

The mounting option you choose effects how to measure for your cabinet doors. We have designed a guide within our Cabinet Door Sell Sheet on page #2 that will simplify the measuring process. The outside mount described in our brochure is referring to an overlay mounting application. An inside mount is referring to an inset door. We'd be happy to discuss and help you figure out any measuring issues you have, simply call the shop.

Finishing Options

Sprague Woodworking currently offers finishing capabilities on all of our cabinet door and drawer front products. We do not stain doors, but we will paint them. We use the Benjamin Moore Advance Waterborne Interior Alkyd Paint in our finishing process. The Benjamin Moore Advance paint has numerous benefits

  • Game changing new waterborne alkyd paint technology
  • Outstanding flow and leveling properties with extended open time
  • Meets strict VOC regulations
  • Hard durable finish
  • Available in limitless colors

Simply provide us the Benjamin Moore color of your choice and we will do the rest utilizing our HVLP spray system. Our finishes have a limited life time warranty and we will replace or repair defects that we determine are the result of the manufacturing/finishing process. Sprague Woodworking does have a minimum finishing charge of $225.00.

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Our products can be found in homes and businesses throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Long Island, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and beyond! Sprague Woodworking cabinet doors have been used in thousands of cabinet refacing, renovation, restoration, and custom projects nationally - from Boston to New York City to San Francisco.