The Shaker vinyl classic kitchen, in this case, is a standard width frame shaker; if you are looking for a wide frame shaker, view our Cambridge kitchen door. This shaker door has v joints to the frame reminiscent of the v grooves one gets in timber doors.
Vinyl veneering of kitchen doors is not the best system for bringing out the details of “joinery”. The vinyl is the thickness of a piece of card, it is elastic when warm but not infinitely flexible. With the same, there is a limit to the severity of a corner or groove it can mould too. If you are looking for a detailed though man-made door then have a look at foil veneered doors. The foil is thinner and moulds to far more detailed joinery.