71,709 Slab door Kitchen Design Photos

1 Review
Beach Ct
Oak-Slab style. I really like this kitchen as a whole. As you can see the cabinets
Slab cabinet doors in cool wood veneer
“color of cabinet” — hkumarx
Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
this door....8 ft? do you have all the dimensions of this door? I love it!!
what type of 2 panel door is this? thanks!
on the lower cabinets. Does one door overlap the opposing door so that if you pull the knob you can open both doors? And if so, is there a name for that
Smart configuration. Where's the fridge? My kitchen is 8x15 with a door on the left wall going to the basement. Looks like a very attractive and
this to be an 8'0" tall door. When doing 8'0" tall doors, I'd highly recommend going with an 1-3/4" thick door.
are folding doors that open to reveal a washer & dryer so only one knob is necessary.
I'd recommend calling this a 2 panel shaker style door. We and
that style of cabinet or door?...love the door style - can you share
“Lighting” — kaykeogh
CabinetWorks Plus
1 Review
Heather & Bob
The doors are a flat panel made from MDF. Basically a compressed sawdust denser than particleboard. This a perfect material for flat panel doors because
FLAT PANEL DOORS and colour and black appliances
dish storage with glass doors under island
grey slab 3...Grey cabinets, slab door...simple, clean door style
“furr down” — dchristian9
Elad Gonen
1 Review
Hi can you tell me who makes the mechanism for the pocket door? Thanks
What kind of mechanism do you need to create these doors?
this. Possibly Hawa Turnaway? They have others for larger doors and even ones for Folding Doors : ... Definitely worth spending the cash for best options
They are cabinet pocket door sliders. Can order them online from a cabinet supplier or get them through
Before ordering i would follow their measuring guide for depth of cabinet and door configuration.
tricky, because of the opening and closing of doors. Enter the pocket door, which looks like a standard door when closed, but once open, slides smoothly
can be both functional and beautiful. The cabinet doors slide back into vertical compartments so door swings don't take up extra space in the tight seating
Idea for doors on dish armoire
“pocket doors” — ryancwatkins
jones | haydu
Hayes Valley Remodel
I am worried my slide in wont go flush to the cabinets with a slab backsplash... did you have any problems? Any advice?
the area. meridor, the oven door operates just fine. zeink, the counter is a slab stone called pietra cardoza.
the slab stone was 3/4". we did not flush
it is a slab stone called pietra cardoza.
the countertop is a natural slab stone called pietra cardoza
combo of wood, slab door, and countertop
backsplash is one slab of stone. also color is nice
This is an especially smart option if you are required to purchase entire slabs of your chosen countertop material and you happen to have enough material
This is an especially smart option if you are required to purchase entire slabs of your chosen countertop material and you happen to have enough material
no, the backsplash is slab stone.
“3/4 inch countertop” — crazybathroom
Modern Design LLC
12 Reviews
Modern Kitchen
What are the kitchen cabinets doors made of?
slab doors
“could put pendant lights over table” — csmetcalfe
Justrich Design
Kitchen Remodel
Can you tell me the paint color of the door?
Door from car park to kitchen for efficient
Like the bright color on the back door....Slab doors, marmoleum flooring...Door for south side....Back door...Door pop of color?...small door...30" door...Door colour...Door color...Color door!...over the door...Great kitchen-love the door...Door to patio. Gray flooring?...the design of door...door - mudroom...love the door
“lights and plants” — anoopphalan
Wall to Wall Kitchen and Bath
5 Reviews
Contemporary Walnut
perimeter walls are made up of 1/4 sawn slab walnut doors. All vertically grain matched. The islands are metal doors and panels with no handles. Photographs
“Dark cabinets, light floors” — shanoelissa
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