Even if you never receive a full tour of an individual’s home, a peek in the kitchen may tell you a good deal about the owner’s preferences and fashion. A pantry door may play a big role in that, encapsulating the spirit of the kitchen and offering an chance for creative expression. Let the 11 pantry doors that follow inspire your own design journey.
Home Systems , Wendi Zampino
This pantry doorway, which looks as though it might just as easily lead out, catches the old-world essence of the kitchen designed by Wendi Zampino.
The custom-made door features classic bronze woven wire backed with seeded glass. Oil-rubbed-bronze hardware mirrors the rest of the area’s bronze finishes, for a look that blends seamlessly.
Murphy & Co.. Design
This home’s traditional-style cabinetry is a mix of solid wood and obscured-glass doors. The abundance of glass at the large pantries on the best generates a gorgeous wall of mild and pops of colour.
The remaining portion of the home continues this windowed motif as efficiently.
Ashley Anthony Studio
This home wears its farmhouse style proudly, down into the screened pantry door painted vibrant yellow. Although its colour does not match other prominent characteristics in the area, the doorway vintage style blends in perfectly with all the home’s diverse, down-home vibe.
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This barn door is in keeping with the kitchen’s architecture without calling undue attention to itself. It blends in with the remaining white kitchen via its colour and through hardware that reproduces the cabinetry.
The doorway’s track is hidden behind a wood valance that was painted to match the wall.
These imaginative sliding pantry doors were created by 2form Architecture. The Lumicor resin panels possess fine metal threads embedded within, developing a near-opaque surface that’s just as interesting as the adjoining metal and resin backsplash out of Alkemi.
SEE MATERIALS INC..
Watch Materials created this modern kitchen with Scavolini cabinets. Dark walnut frames the smoked-glass pantry doors, making a look that welcomes audiences into wanting to find out what’s beyond.
Mary Prince Photography
A series of tall built-in pantries fitted with slick Poggenpohl doorways is a quiet backdrop that does not distract from the dining experience here. The shortage of hardware to the doors echoes the clean lines that the rest of the home celebrates.
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This doorway plays off of the kitchen’s red birch cabinets and striking geometric motif. The glass panel is composed of an array of different-size rectangles that line up vertically, providing contrast to the backsplash’s flat arrangement.
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Antonio Martins Interior Design
Antonio Martins needed a pantry door as abrupt and fascinating as the rest of the home he designed. This one-of-a-kind barn doorway has about $300 worth of Plexiglas from TAP Plastics, matched with $100 worth of basic barn-door hardware in The Home Depot.
Shoji screens made by Berkeley Mills conceal the cleaning pantry that flanks the kitchen’s laundry centers. The doors slide on aluminum hardware hidden behind a wood valance, to get a clean appearance that resonates with the rest of the home.
Sunscape Homes, Inc
This custom doorway was created to follow the kitchen’s endings into a T. It was painted and distressed to match the island, and fitted using fabric from the exact same manufacturer that made the fabric used for the window treatments. The wrought iron detailing and dark wood frame remain true to the kitchen’s material palette, which in turn matches the entire home’s resounding style.
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