Checked the 2018 brochure and there is no mention of wood color. Can you remove a door from somewhere else and take it to a cabinet shop or maybe one of the big box home stores and see if they could match it?
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Minwax has a good selection of stains. Remember, different varieties of wood stain differently with the same color stain.
For the finish, I've been using water based Minwax Polycrylic, very durable and water clean up.
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I don't think that is entirely correct. My cabinet doors are stained.
I stand corrected, most I have seen, from many manufacturers, are simply plastic coated. That being said, I wouldn't doubt the higher end stuff uses real wood. (I wouldn't know, I am not wealthy enough to bother looking at the high end stuff.)
I was able to find a minwax stain that sure looks like the original, but will only know when the new one has the stain and polyurethane are applied.
My motivation in making a new drawer front is to be able to put a quick release tv mount on it in the outdoor kitchen area. I didn't want to have to fill the holes from the cabinet hardware and put screws into the face of the original drawer fave to secure it to the cabinet frame. I'll just keep the original and change it out when i go to sell it someday down the road.
Thanks again all