Beautiful kitchens are made better with vintage, farmhouse, or modern kitchen doors. Create a unique aesthetic with a bamboo kitchen door, or paint over your wooden door with lacquer for a high-gloss kitchen door. No matter what you choose, your kitchen door should be anything but standard.
Modern kitchen doors are the focal point of this sleek space. Large glass panes offer a sneak peek of the patio and let in lots of natural light. Dark furnishings and cabinetry provide contrast, while modern accents like wire pendant lights and floating shelves keep the space contemporary.
Yes, it is possible to use kitchen barn doors without adhering to farmhouse style. This modern-eclectic space pairs a simple wooden barn door with bright shades of orange and green. Light wood tones add warmth to the space and balance concrete floors.
Sliding kitchen doors join outdoor and indoor rooms. They also offer a place for eyes to rest against this room's wall of subway tiles, rustic accents, and beaded-board ceiling panels. Glass doors let in plenty of sunlight, while window mullions add character.
In a world of open floor plans, fewer and fewer homes contain the cozy charm that closes the kitchen off from the rest of the house. Kitchen doors are more than just an entrance to your food-prep space—they give your room one-of-a-kind character, too. With so many kitchen door ideas, there's bound to be a design that fits your style. For an industrial accent, consider a sliding pantry door installed on a oil-rubbed-bronze track. Complete the look with a chalkboard surface for making grocery lists and family schedules.
If you're a fan of rustic spaces, add country charm to your home with farmhouse kitchen doors. This pantry door was taken off the front entrance to the house when it no longer sealed. The screen panes allow for peeks into the pantry without needing to enter—perfect for making grocery lists and checking recipes.
Can't decide between al fresco dining or the comfort of the indoors? Now you don't have to. French doors that swing open to the patio or porch make an eat-in kitchen perfect for both morning meals and evening entertaining. Match the French door design to nearby windows for a streamlined look. A banquette keeps this space cozy even on rainy days.
Consider a glass kitchen door for dividing a pantry, wet bar, or other small closet. Large glass panes make the area an extension of the main kitchen. A wood frame that juxtaposes the surrounding wall color designates the storage zone with style.
Welcome rustic style to your home with a set of farmhouse kitchen doors. These beauties open inward to bridge the gap between indoors and out. The wooden kitchen doors complement the room's additional rustic features, including shiplap walls, a herringbone-pattern floor, and a mix of leather and wood seating.
One of our favorite interior design trends is the use of wooden barn doors in the kitchen. Installed on a sliding track, a barn door is a great focal piece that's sure to grab attention. Plus, the wooden kitchen door helps save on space where a hinged door might not otherwise fit. Feel free to make the look your own; take out panels and replace them with chicken wire, glass, chalkboard, or mirror.
Vintage accents go hand-in-hand with farmhouse style. Distressed furniture, secondhand marquee lights, and charming signage make this kitchen one-of-a-kind, as does the crushworthy wood-and-glass kitchen door acquired from a historic house. We love how it and a second vintage kitchen door pair with the rest of the room's thrifted elements.
Transport yourself to an airy cafe every morning with kitchen doors that usher in natural light. This eat-in kitchen has everything the perfect breakfast nook needs. Darling French doors let in plenty of natural light and can be opened to let in a summer breeze. Cozy chairs let you dine in comfort and style. And fresh flowers and fruit add pops of bright color.