Bing Traditional Style - Tuscany Closet Doors and Drawers

Tuscany: Five Piece Laminate Closet Doors & Drawers

Tuscany door front
Tuscany Door
Tuscany door front open frame
Tuscany Open Frame Door
Tuscany profile diagram
Tuscany Profile Diagram

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Tuscany is a five piece recessed panel door that spans both the traditional and transitional styles. There is an intricate inside bevel abutting the recessed panel, but the outside of the door panel is a simple, unbeveled square cut. As both a traditional and transitional piece with Italian overtures, Tuscany is very versatile and works well with a variety of applications, including traditional/formal, transitional, and even old world country design styles. All Closet Works five piece laminate doors are constructed in a similar fashion to a solid wood door in that each has five pieces that are fused together, giving it an authentic look without the premium price tag of a real wood product. Through mortise and tenon construction, the stiles and rails are glued and clamped around a center of 1/4″ thick, two-sided MDF (medium density fiberboard). Water-based glue is applied and one of our many laminate colors are membrane-pressed onto the component parts. Tuscany is considered eco-friendly due to its CARB II compliant status and the fact that the MDF core is 100% recycled product. It is available in limited color choices including Cocoa only. Tuscany doors and drawers are also available open frame — meaning they can accept inserts such as glass or mesh panels.

  • Minimum Tuscany closet door/drawer size: 7.4" W x 7.4" H
  • Maximum Tuscany closet door/drawer size: 45" w x 94" H
  • Recommended Maximum Tuscany closet door/drawer size: 18" w x 48" H
  • (Drawers width standards are 18, 24 and 30 any other sizes are custom and will induce a custom drawer fee)

Tuscany door and drawer fronts
Tuscany Pantry Doors in Cocoa - Sample from the portfolio of Katy Shannon

NOTE: All Closet Works doors and drawer fronts are 3/4" solid core material and have excellent durability. MDF is often more stable than solid wood and stands up better to changes in heat and humidity. Solid wood doors typically expand and contract both horizontally and vertically when temperatures and humidity rise or fall. Because of this, cabinets, doors and paneling made from solid wood require a higher level of care and maintenance. Laminate doors made from MDF are a great low maintenence, lower cost alternative to wood — and they do not expand or contract. However, if you like the profile of our Tuscany door but prefer solid wood, see our Lowland door/drawer front style.