A popular choice of door style is the raised panels, sometimes paired with arches, as it is a clean look exposing the beauty of wood grains and distressed features. Large knobs, hinges, and hardware are generally used to add detail to this style of kitchen.
Something to keep in mind for the Old World style of kitchens is that not all the cabinets necessarily attached to the wall. They were also popularly seen as freestanding pieces of furniture with glass panels to showcase fine glassware and trinkets, slots for dishes, and cup racks. Sometimes they included beadboard cabinet doors and typically sit on bun feet with valence legs and flushed toes.