When you think of pantry doors, you might think of the same white, wooden doors that lead the way to the pantry in practically every house. It doesn’t actually have to be that way. You can have more options for your pantry doors if you work with a team like us at McMillan Millwork & Joinery. Here are three things to consider with pantry doors.
- How do you want them to open? Your pantry doors don’t always have to block the rest of the kitchen when left open. You can choose doors that swing inward or outward, but pocket pantry doors may be the better choice if you want something that will take up less space. These doors will slide into the wall, so they’ll never be in your way.
- How do you want them to look? There’s no rule in a secret book of pantry design that declares that all pantry doors must be white and bland. You can choose a pantry door design and colour that better complements the style of your kitchen and home. You can even get a fancy knob or handle for your doors to make opening the pantry more enjoyable every time.
- What material do you want them to be? With pantry doors, you have options for the materials used. You can make the items in your pantry easily visible with a glass door or you can tuck the pantry items out of sight with wood or other opaque materials. You should also consider the sturdiness of the material you want for your doors.
There are plenty of options available for pantry doors. If you’d like to learn more, give us a call today.