With home design trending towards more clean lines and unfussy details, we are seeing a marked rise in demand for slab door styles. Slab door styles have come a long way, and can be successfully paired with many other door styles if desired. A kitchen incorporating a slab door can give vibes of warm, cold, glossy, natural, or rustic, depending on the wood species or material and finish chosen.
Here are some mood boards pairing some of Dura Supreme’s most popular slab door styles with coordinating tile, hardware, paint, and countertops in order to achieve a desired aesthetic:
Dura Supreme slab door style painted in Sherwin William’s “Oceanside”, paired with a rustic wood backsplash or accent wall would make for a gorgeous seaside retreat.
Dura Supreme’s Textured Foil slab door can lean towards glitzy when paired with the right backsplash and hardware.
Slab door styles can also look great when paired with live edge character-rich woods and simple subway tiles.
Another beautiful slab door from Dura Supreme, this solid wood Camden door in quarter sawn oak and a morel stain- a perfect true brown makes it easy to coordinate with countertops and tile.
Below are five spaces that have chosen slab doors, and as you can see, you can really add to the design by incorporating aluminum frame doors or a 2nd door style. Another big plus for slab doors is ease of cleaning- no corners/crevices or detail trim to clean around. Click through the gallery with the right arrow below.
Dura Supreme office in quarter sawn white oak w/Alabaster finish, and Allura Gloss Black
Dura Supreme cabinetry slab door styled kitchen with satin glass semi-opaque inserts above.
Dura Supreme Walnut Exotic Veneer island paired with white open shelving and Reese door style in white, as well as Matte Black Aluminum doors flanking the refrigerator.
A Dura Supreme kitchen with Camden slab door style in Maple with a Cashew stain, paired with the Linea door in a Pearl paint.
Quarter sawn Oak in a Cashew stain on these perimeter cabinets looks great with black slab doors on the island. The glass backsplash really lets the city in, adding to this metro feel.
All of the examples above show how slab doors can be the backbone of any design- from mid-century modern, to modern farmhouse to industrial to seaside escape. With practically limitless finish options between our wood species/stains, textured & matte foils, acrylics, laminates, wired gloss, painted HDF and exotic veneers, there is sure to be something for everyone.