163,886 shaker style doors Home Design Photos

Studio 212 Interiors
15 Reviews
Woodinville Retreat
Ideabooks280K
Questions248
r: Top Knobs Style: Dakota (modern pull/knob) Finish:
white or painted off white and the style can be anything on chooses
Can you tell me more about the different styles and color of the pulls/knobs.
What are those doors made of? Are they 5-piece doors or a MDF with the center routed
mitered? Also is there another moulding inside the door frame?
Hi, I'm in Australia and love your work! I am in the process of designing a new kitchen for my farm house. This style you have here is what I had in mind my only confusion
confusion is, my kitchen ceiling is sloping. Do you think It would look as nice as yours with the different ceiling style? Thank you.
What size are the appliance pulls for both door and drawer on fridge/freezer?
“Lights” — jemlij
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Quonset Hut Kitchen
Ideabooks7,393
Questions6
Shaker cabinets w galvanized metal inserts- CEILING!
corrugated steel for cabinet door inserts, doors
galvanized metal inserts for pantry and linen closet doors
why not use iron for outdoor door
cabinet doors or pantry doors, or even be used as a backsplash.
8. CustomCan’t find any door style on the market that really complements your unique design intention? Design your own! Contact a local designer or craftsperson to help you create a personalised design. This Shaker-style cabinet door has
Custom. Can't find any door style on the market that really complements your unique design intention? Design your own! Contact a local designer or craftsperson to help you create a personalized design. This Shaker-style cabinet door has a center panel of corrugated metal instead
“Metal” — jelbert33
The Sky is the Limit Design
6 Reviews
Tudor House
Ideabooks12,932
Questions20
Who makes the cabinets? Or are these cabinets custom? I love the shaker style and how they do look both contemporary and traditional. The crown molding give it a transitional look too. I'm am currently shopping for cabinets
wider, say 6", and then you can use it to store trays, cookie sheets, etc - just slide them in, and if you need to, it's easy to add a skinny swinging door. Every inch in the kitchen should count, imo!
I do like the two different colors also I do like this style cabinet not the handles.
traditional. In this kitchen, "the horizontal orientation of the banks of drawers speak a modernist language, whereas the simple, slightly enhanced Shaker-style door and the crown molding are a testament to traditional design," Hanl says."The almost-black stain combined with the unglazed off-white cabinetry
“Love all the drawers!!” — modernchateau
Jarrett Design, LLC
15 Reviews
IMKDC Winner
Ideabooks10,444
Questions6
Thank you colorgirl63, I will look. Actually, I have come up with a plan to make one out of doors. So, on to plan B.
Country StylingMixing modern appliances and classic cottage elements can be a hard sell. Work to keep both looks balanced, repeating similar shapes and lines to integrate the two styles seamlessly.
Materials themselves can be globally modern. Here, white countertops and Shaker-style doors mix with
“Everything!” — kharajames
Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
Ideabooks1,602
Questions4
so, is there a name for that style of cabinet or door?
high is 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!
I notice one knob 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
I'm guessing those 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 many other door manufacturers simple call this a 2 Panel Door - with a S sticking or "shaker" sticking, and a "F" or Flat Panel
tall door. Industry standards recommend 4 hinges on over 7'0" tall doors, plus your lock is usually at 36" off the floor, so based on 20 years experience, figure 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.
“двери” — дмитрий полищук
Carolina Kitchens
Carolina Kitchens
Ideabooks9,318
Questions20
Love the pulls and wonderin about positioning on cabinet doors
Should the bottom of pulls be lined up with inside edge of shaker 'plank' on cabinets? I can't quite tell from the photos?
shaker in 2-tone including off-white
Shaker style cabinet with tubular handles
Cherry shaker with tubular bar pulls
Simple cupboard doors and two colours
4. Tubular Bar PullsA traditional-style kitchen with Shaker cabinets gets a modern touch with nickel or stainless steel tubular bar pulls. This type of hardware is often seen on slab or flat-panel doors, but it works equally well on a Shaker-style door. Tubular bar pulls can be long and dramatic
“bar pulls” — Caitlin Cleveland
Pride&Joy Home Improvements
11 Reviews
Oakland Hills, Podawiltz Job
Ideabooks1,186
Questions2
installed new Shaker style glass doors. Helped open
Black stain, new hardware, and new shaker style doors
door pulls and Shaker cabinet fronts. glass doors - Peabody Glass- Locally
black kitchen shaker style cabinets, tiled wall , granite
AFTER: Transformed with black stain and new Shaker-style doors, the cabinets now make a confident modernist statement. Note that the hardware has also been replaced. The original had decent brushed metal
from light wood to painted black: New SHAKER doors pulls room together
AFTER: Transformed with black stain and new Shaker-style doors, the cabinets now make a confident modernist statement. Note that the hardware has also been replaced. The original had decent brushed metal pulls, but the remodeled version has more substantial hardware that is easier to see and nicer to
“the black cabinets. i want to do this in the guest bath by the boys back rooms” — etrozzo
Eclectic Bathroom
Ideabooks1,498
Questions4
twigs in cabinet doors and tree arching over sink
twigs instead of glass in cabinet doors below !
small branches on front of doors and trim above sink
Moving on to bathrooms: The flat panels on this vanity’s Shaker-style doors have been created out of twig inserts, lending much natural interest and texture. The twiggy branch arching above, with its crooked shape, adds tremendous visual allure.
“Wood” — bakara
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