A raised panel cabinet door has a center portion that is slightly raised. Raised panel doors are available in a variety of designs and styles.
Recessed lights, sometimes known as a “downlights” are light fixtures that are installed into a hollow opening in a ceiling, thereby being “recessed”. Recessed lighting can also be installed in glass-front kitchen cabinetry to illuminate the cabinet from within.
Recessed panel door
A recessed panel door, such as a Shaker style door, is one in which the center panel is recessed or lower than the surrounding frame.
A reverse bevel on a countertop (sometimes called a shark nose) refers to a decorative edge with a sharp angle on the underside of the counter edge instead of the top.
Rift-cut wood is lumber that is less vulnerable to distortion than flat sawn lumber. Rift-cut wood is sawed strictly along a log’s radials – perpendicular to the annular growth ring orientation or wood grain – resulting in a straight grain pattern. This type of wood is used to create beautiful and functional flooring, furniture and cabinetry.