Thats right! choosing the style of kitchen doors is undoubtedly one of the most important design features of any kitchen space.
Cabinet doors, plinths and panels and even handles all play a key part in your dream kitchens overall look.
With that in mind, we’ve put together some things to consider when choosing your kitchen doors.
The door style
Generally, there are three main styles of kitchen doors:
-Flat or slab panel
Each of these styles are all unique and will help to transform your kitchen and achieve the look and feel you want to create.
For a traditional style kitchen, we would recommend a raised or recessed panel door.
Recessed panel doors or ‘shaker-style’ are the perfect fit for creating a shabby chic or classic farmhouse look.
Our range of bespoke shaker-style kitchen doors are the ideal solution for creating a sophisticated kitchen that can be colour matched to fulfil any design.
If you prefer a more contemporary/modern look, then we would definitely suggest a slab door.
The smooth design of a slab door provides a clean aesthetic, especially when combined with a high-gloss finish.
The colour and finish
There are any number of options when it comes to choosing the colour and finish of your kitchen doors – our range offers an excellent variety to add a splash of colour into your new kitchen (don’t worry if you can’t quite find what you are looking for, we are able to offer a custom colour match).
For example, you may want a traditional or country cottage feel and opt for a woodgrain style in natural wood colours, or go minimal and contemporary with a high gloss and flat panel design.
All About The Door offer hand painted doors that will transform your kitchen, with bright and eye-catching shades, giving your kitchen that luxurious feel.
Those finishing touches
Now that you have found your perfect set of kitchen cabinet doors, it’s time to add the finishing touches by choosing the right style of kitchen door handles.
Make sure that you consider the style of your kitchen doors to match your handles appropriately. For that modern look, we recommend a stainless steel finish when combined with a high-gloss door.