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Will the Real Slim Shaker Please Stand Up?

Trends

The Shaker door style has dominated kitchen trends for at least the past decade, but there is a new kid in town. Introducing the Slim Shaker cabinet door. This new, slim shaker door style is available in One Piece MDF, Oak, Maple, Cherry, Rift Cut Oak, and Black Walnut.

Eryn Door Style on Black Walnut Spice
Eryn Door Style on Oak Brookside
Eryn Door Style on Rift Cut Oak Putty
Cabinets with an Eryn Door Style also known as slim shaker, narrow shaker, micro shaker, or thin shaker.
Maple Thin Shaker – Raffia Handcrafted Finish
slim thin shaker cabinets in maple wood and mdf by superior cabinets.
[Project JAGARE] features the Slim Shaker Cabinet Doors in both Maple Wood and One Piece MDF

Here are some technical details on our Wood Skinny Shaker door, called the Eryn Door.

  • 7/8” overall door thickness
  • 3/4” solid wood rail
  • 3/4” veneer panel with particle core
  • 1/16” outside round over on edges

If wood isn’t your thing, the Slim Shaker Door also comes in a One Piece MDF, which is called Darby in MDF.

This cabinet door is perfect for those who like a mid-century modern look. It’s clean, narrow, sophisticated, and refined. Whatever you want to call it, the Slim Shaker, Skinny Shaker, Micro Shaker, Narrow Shaker or Thin Shaker this door style is here to stay.

If you would like to see the new Eryn door by Superior Cabinets, feel free to book your free showroom tour appointment in one of our corporate showrooms located in Saskatoon, Regina, Edmonton, and Calgary. If you can’t make it to a store, be sure to inquire with one of our dealer partners in Canada and the USA.

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