Kitchen doors are a hugely important feature and can really determine the look of the most important room in your home.
Types of kitchen doors
There are many types of kitchen doors, ranging from traditional wood to acrylic and glass. One of the more contemporary options for kitchen doors is to have glass doors, or doors with glass panels. Glass kitchen doors are a stylish option because they look modern and elegant. They will also go with any type of décor. The ideal choice for smaller kitchens, they help bring light into the room, resulting in a space that looks and feels much bigger that its actual square footage.
Glass cabinet doors
There are several types of glass kitchen doors. One of the common options is clear glass. Simple and straightforward, clear glass goes with any style of kitchen décor. And of course, the major advantage of clear glass cabinet doors is that you can see exactly what you've got in your cupboards. Which means all your utensils, pans and ingredients are within easy reach. Clear glass panels in your kitchen doors are also perfect if you have some beautiful crockery that you're keen to display. Clear glass may not be suitable for all your kitchen cabinets. We doubt you'll want to display things like cleaning products, for example!
This leads nicely on to the next option: opaque glass. Opaque glass comes in a variety of styles, such as frosted glass or stained glass. Opaque glass is a great compromise. You get the clean, brightening effect of glass but the contents of your cabinets are obscured by frosting or colour. There's a range of designs of frosted and stained glass, which means you have plenty of choice and won't have any trouble finding a style you love.
Another option is to go for camed glass doors. These are etched with different designs, and can really give a unique look to the kitchen. You can have your own designs or choose from the ones available. You can also go for textured glass doors, which are slightly rough to the touch. These can be granite, cobblestoned, or beveled. These types of kitchen glass doors reflect light beautifully, so they are great for brightening up your kitchen.
How to order
Simply head to one of our product pages once you've chosen your door style and colour, and select your preferred frame from the drop down (standard sizes only). Our frame doors are supplied unglazed with a rebated back and a soft glazing gasket with the exception of Face Frame doors which are supplied without a rebate.