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Pantry Door

The pantry serves a crucial function in the kitchen, but when it comes to kitchen design, the pantry door is often overlooked. Your pantry doors could be an anytime, vintage touch, or it can add some surprising color and even little windows as well. Below, we are featuring some of our favorite pantry door ideas.

Pantry Door
Pantry Door

Get Creative

For instance, a pantry doors gives you an opportunity to be different from the rest of your home. Instead of going for an uninspiring white door, as everybody else does, try one that has funky hardware or put in some windows. The kitchen by Mindy Gayer Design Co. has all it’s doors, like this one with an area for plants (instead of a window, make believe there is an open air space next to one of your windows).

Glass Pantry Door
Glass Pantry Door

Add a Barn Door

A barn door can be added to your panty with no trouble at all, and it will change the entire look of the kitchen. Pantries are perfect for barn doors because they are easy to move out of the way and add lots of cozy style.a

Add a Barn Door
Add a Barn Door

Use Similar Materials

Trying to find the best material for your patio door? Why not use the same stuff as your kitchen cabinetry? Target’s kind of combination pottery cohesion creates a custom look and saves you from having to make even more decisions. Renovation decision fatigue)!

Use Similar Materials
Use Similar Materials

Try a Narrow Barn Door

If you’re not sure whether your pantry has enough space for barn doors, then try using an even smaller, more stream-lined barn door instead. It’s the type of thing that, as barn doors go, is not rude or inappropriate, although it does not hurt to remember that in making preparations like these, you should always consult with your significant other before changing anything.

Pantry Doors
Pantry Doors

Try a Semi-Open Pantry

If you would want to highlight some of the things in your pantry, think about having a partially open pantry and get ideas from open kitchen shelves. You may build a closed-off pantry using the wall space around it, or you can cover the bottom part with a cabinet door.

Try a Semi-Open Pantry
Try a Semi-Open Pantry

Add a Little Trim

For a fast and easy makeover, consider adding some ornate trim to a basic pantry door. This easy do-it-yourself DIY will give your pantry door even more elegance in a hurry.

Add a Little Trim
Add a Little Trim

Use a Pocket Door

Because pocket doors are compact and out-of-the-way, they are a pantry classic. You may still include one in your own home with a little weekend DIY even if they’re less popular in today’s new constructions.

Use a Pocket Door
Use a Pocket Door

Use Oversized Hardware

Try utilising an enlarged replica of your cabinet hardware on the pantry door to make sure it complements the overall style of your kitchen. Like White Sands, for instance, use regular-sized knobs and handles on the kitchen cabinets and extra-large bronze cabinet handles on the pantry door.

Use Oversized Hardware
Use Oversized Hardware

Keep It Clean and Classic

A simple, traditional white pantry door may also look great; you don’t have to go all out. This style looks best in a kitchen that is clean and clutter-free, or when your cabinetry is similarly white.

Keep It Clean and Classic
Keep It Clean and Classic

Head to the Salvage Shop

An excellent method for locating a statement pantry door is to visit a nearby architectural or construction salvage business. Search for distinctive antique doors that are compatible with your kitchen, and prepare to acquire a pantry door that is equally, if not more, aesthetically pleasing than the rest of your area.

Head to the Salvage Shop
Head to the Salvage Shop

Double Your Pantries

Who stipulates that you must limit yourself to just one pantry? Having two pantries is an excellent solution for kitchens that require more storage space. To effortlessly incorporate two pantry doors into your kitchen, position them on either side of a spacious area with a countertop and cupboards.

Double Your Pantries

Create a Pantry

If you lack the necessary area for a traditional recessed, built-in pantry, you have the option to construct a pantry using kitchen cabinets that extends from the floor to the ceiling. White Sands achieved this by employing the identical cabinets that were utilized in other areas of the kitchen as well.

Create a Pantry
Create a Pantry

Go Rustic

Desire a vintage and traditional appearance for your pantry door? Now is the opportune moment to utilize some incomplete timber. The unprocessed appearance of the wooden pantry door contributes to a warm and stylish farmhouse aesthetic.

Choose a Rustic Door
Choose a Rustic Door

Add Paneling

Panel your pantry door to add a bit of texture to it. It’s a quick and easy way to include a little eye appeal, a small cost, and a big return.

Add Paneling
Add Paneling

Try an Arched Door

Get funky with pantry door shapes—install an arch door! They are a little more difficult to find and install, but oh, such a cool appearance.

Try an Arched Door
Try an Arched Door

Match Your Floor

Pantry door that matches the door. To achieve a door look that will dissolve into the surroundings of your kitchen, you can opt for a door with the same finishing as the door. We love the way Emily Henderson Design chose wood which was almost identical for the floor and the pantry.

Hide the Door

Try selecting a pantry door with the same finish as your main door for a seamless integration into the rest of your kitchen. We appreciate that Emily Henderson Design chose almost same wood for the pantry and floor.

Hide the Door
Hide the Door

Try a Stained Oak Door

Add an oak pantry door for a throwback style that pays homage to the oak cabinets used in earlier kitchens. To finish the tribute, pair it with some whimsically patterned flooring and midcentury contemporary light fittings.

Try a Stained Oak Door
Try a Stained Oak Door

Define Your Space

Enhance the structural aesthetics of your kitchen by positioning pantry doors on each side of appliances or prominent places. These additions will enhance the space by providing both definition and function, enabling convenient access to supplies from frequently used places such as the stovetop.

Define Your Space
Define Your Space

Utilize Vertical Space

Maximize the use of the vertical wall space in your pantry by installing additional cabinets or shelves to occupy the surplus area located above the entrance of your pantry. This location is ideal for storing seldom used things such as festive dishes or specialized culinary equipment.

Utilize Vertical Space
Utilize Vertical Space

Convert a Nook

Do you have a little-used corner in your kitchen? Install a pantry. With the wide variety of pantry door forms and sizes available, you will easily discover a door that suits your demands and fits your space.

Convert a Nook
Convert a Nook

Add a Pop of Color

To enhance the visual appeal of the kitchen, apply a fresh coat of paint to the pantry door. The use of a vibrant shade of dark blue on the kitchen door by Naked Kitchens effectively creates a striking visual contrast.

Add a Pop of Color
Add a Pop of Color

Try a Diagonal Wood Door

Enthusiasts of barn doors will be pleased to know that barn doors may also be installed on built-in pantries. To get the appearance of a pantry barn door, one may install a slender door and rod on the upper part of partially exposed cabinets. Consider using a diagonal wood pattern to enhance visual appeal in a contemporary kitchen.

Define the Door With Paint

Try painting the pantry door a creamy off-white if you want to keep it distinct from the other white surfaces in your kitchen, but still go with a white color scheme.

Add a Cutout

Who says a door knob or handle is necessary for your pantry door? Instead, try adding a cutout for a playful geometric effect.

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