Colonial Door Kitchens

Colonial kitchens can be done with either 2 pac or timber. They are essentially done with a pattern door and there are many styles to choose from.

Below is a 2 PAC patterned door with a Laminate bench-top and capping mold.

One can achieve the same look with vinyl doors, but vinyl doors are a heat shrink product that is absolutely not suitable for kitchen doors.

Image is of a patterned door kitchen done with two colors (deep blue and antique white) and gloss laminate bench top.
2 pac kitchen done with different colored doors, done with laminate bench top. Very pretty!
Image is of a the same patterned door kitchen done with two colors (deep blue and antique white) and gloss laminate bench top.
Another view of the patterned door kitchen, done with two colors (deep blue and antique white)
Third image of the patterned door kitchen done with two colors (deep blue and antique white) and gloss laminate bench top.
Another view of the patterned door kitchen, done with two colors (deep blue and antique white)


Below is a 2 PAC ‘Shaker’, patterned door with a Stone bench-top and capping mold.

I mage of a popular 'Shaker' Door' kitchen.
Kitchen done with Shaker doors with stone bench top with butler sink. This kitchen is not one of ours and I don’t like it at all. I have to await an image of our own. My complaints are (1) No external end panels, (2) gap between doors and butler sink, (3) Capping mold seems to sit back from cupboard doors. but you can see a very popular door.

You need a big checkbook for the kitchen below. Most larger kitchens go between 8 and 14 thousand but the kitchen below would be (in today’s value) about $ 85 thousand or more.

Kitchen had (style-5) 2 pac doors with 40 mm expensive granite bench-top.

I absolutely love this kitchen, but even though I am in the business I cannot afford such luxury myself. (While all kitchen quotes are free, we charge $250.00 just to quote on this type of kitchen incorporating this amount of detail.)

Image is of a colonial kitchen with all the charms of a rich and opulent lifestyle of a past era. Colonial 2 PAC doors with granite bench top and lots of glass display cabinets.
A view of what most people can’t afford but can only admire. Colonial charm at its very best.
Image is of colonial glass display cases incorporated into the kitchen. features glass shelves with 2 sets of capping mold from an era long past.
Close up of colonial glass display cases. ( Crystal ware from Woolies? probably not.)
Image is of a Colonial nature with corbels and posts and butler sink and huge skirting.
Colonial Island incorporating butler sink, corbels, and shaped granite bench top.
Another colonial image of what we cannot afford, (including myself who builds them for show-offs with money to burn.)

Below are the myriad of door designs to choose from.

Image is of a variety of door shapes available.
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Image is of a variety of door shapes and other items available such as glass framed doors and wine racks and corbels.
Other colonial items and shapes.