Kitchen Door Store

Tuesday, November 27th, 2012

If your kitchen is starting to look a little shabby, one way easy way to smarten it up is to keep the existing kitchen units but change the cupboard doors.

The effect will be almost like a whole new kitchen, but at a much lower expense. If you have always hankered after a country kitchen but are currently living with a plain modern kitchen design, then changing the kitchen unit doors could suit your needs.

Solid Wood Doors

Solid wood doors will look good in any style of home, but are particularly popular for country kitchens. Adding solid wood doors to your cupboards will make your kitchen look expensive and should last for many years to come. Wooden cupboard doors can be made with a shaker style inset panel or with glass panels, to display the contents. There are different woods that can be chosen to suit colour preference, including oak or walnut.

Vinyl Doors

Vinyl doors are easy to keep clean and can be an economical choice. The vinyl can be made with a wood effect or plain. Vinyl offers a wide choice of different styles, with panel, inserts or grooved section.

High Gloss Kitchen Doors

A high gloss finish has been very popular in kitchen design in recent years. Fitting new high gloss cupboard doors will make your kitchen look up to date. The gloss finish helps reflect light, making your kitchen look more spacious and light.

Painted Kitchen Doors

Painted doors are a very flexible choice for a modern kitchen. The wide range of colours available means that they can be created to suit your own tastes and kitchen ideas. Whether your kitchen style is subtle and dark or bright and fun, there are bound to be replacement kitchen doors to suit your kitchen design style.

So if you are looking for a new kitchen design but don’t want the hassle and expense of having a new kitchen fitted, then check out kitchen door showroom for a clever way to refresh your kitchen or email us at with your query.