Outdoor Stainless Steel Cabinet Door Styles
Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens brings function and style together through our exclusive door styles. Our stainless steel cabinet doors and drawer fronts provide functional strength and durability, while the extensive color palettes, realistic wood grains, metallic hues and other decorative powder coat finishes bring style, color and design to what was once a drab space.
Roll over the cabinet doors below for additional information about each door style.
OUTDOOR KITCHEN CABINET DOOR STYLES
The Hampton is a solid panel stainless steel door. It is our standard door and drawer front. It’s style is used for end panels as well.
The Rio is a flat 1-piece door frame which is prepped for glass, wood grain insert, or stainless steel panel (not shown). It is our most popular glass front door. Both styles can be used outdoors.
The Key West is a 5-piece stainless steel construction shaker-style door. It features 2 11/16″ wide stiles and rails. Since the doors are assembled after each component is painted, the center panel can be painted to match or complement the stiles and rails.
The Sea Glass is a Key West style door with a frosted glass center panel representing the look of sea glass. It is available in three colors: Sky Blue, Seafoam Green, and Cloud White.
Additional outdoor cabinet door styles are available through our Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens collection.
Permanent Protection for Outdoor Stainless Steel Cabinet Doors
The durability of stainless steel resists stain or corrosion and although stainless steel outdoor kitchen cabinets and doors are stain-resistant, they must be cleaned periodically. Harsh chemicals like chlorine and muriatic acid and salt from the ocean will mar the stainless steel if not cleaned regularly. Powder coat finishes add an additional level of protection against the elements. Danver offers a variety of nearly maintenance-free powder coat finishes including colors and wood grain finishes.
To learn more about different outdoor cabinets see our blog post on choosing out door kitchen cabinets.