Pantry Doors….

I’m sitting here answering an email about painting kitchen cabinets, and an addition of new pantry doors that will be painted to match.

It prompted me to search on pantry doors…


Doors -Doors

Which led me to a great post –  Allison over at Atticmag offered these yummy pantry doors

be still my heart…  LOVE this, want my next space this layed back, except I’d have to nix the heads…

Designs by Lynette makes good use of chalk boards and pantry doors


Country Living

Not So Shabby

Clarendon Lane via Grand Design

All Things Heart and Home

Thrifty Decor Chick

Girl In Air

Another chalk board pantry…    Caromal Colours Textured Basecoats – the paints that are water based, American made,  and bond to nearly any surface without any prior priming, sanding, stripping –  can be used as chalkboard paint.  The TB paints come in 12 colors,  and you can mix them or tint them for more options

For more information about the Caromal Colours textured basecoats,  head here   distressing paints

For Caromal Colour makeovers

To order sample colors


When online ordering, using coupon code PattyH in the coupon code area saves you money off shipping, and you pay no tax (outside PA). ( This code is needed in order for me to receive credit as well –   if you forget to use it I lose, so please use it!)

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4 responses to “Pantry Doors….

  1. Hi Patti, I am so excited to have found your site, I know you’ve heard this before! We are looking to purchase a home that has 12 year old medium oak cabinets, I have searched “hi and low” to find products that I can use to give them a new, updated professional look myself. I want a furniture finish, maybe the wall cabinets in parchment w/toner and a new island we will have built, in a chocolate textured base with toner. I now know the difference between the Reclaim paint (for smoother, easier application, and self-sealing) and then the Textured base coat line (thicker, more work applying and then you would need to add a sealer/protectant at the end). First, what product would you recommend for a beginner (I do DIY projects a lot, don’t mind hard work and time) and what should I expect as far as drying times inbetween processes (like 4-5 hours or 2-3 days??). I really want to eliminate most of the heavy oak texture, and I will be adding more moldings, etc. before I refinish. The cabinets are in great shape, hidden hinges and no previous hardware drilled…so it should have a great outcome [if I don’t mess it up!] Thanks so much, can’t wait to order my samples and get going! -Amy

  2. Hi! Just found your blog on pinterest. I love it! I saw these pantry doors and I was surprised to see credit given to Grand Design Co for that photo because it is actually done by the owner of (who lives near me!). I searched on Grand Design’s website, and sure enough, her post about the door does give credit to the clarendonlane blog.

    • Typically I link back to the site I found something, so folks know where I grabbed the info or photo from – this way they are led back to the site I happened to find it on – and that site indeed stated where they found it. A better way for me to have handled it would have been adding a ‘via’ which I just did – sorry!

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