A recessed panel door is a type of cabinet door where the center panel is slightly indented. These doors typically use thinner wood for the panel than other types of cabinet doors. To achieve this, manufacturers often use veneer over a solid wood frame. This allows the panel to fit inside the recessed area without altering the overall look of the wood. Recessed panel doors come in various styles and finishes, including arches or square angles, and some may feature glass or metal panels. Beveled trim is a common addition to recessed panel doors, adding an extra touch of sophistication. Matching drawer fronts are also available, ensuring a cohesive look throughout the entire cabinet unit.