Kitchen doors now come in diverse kinds, making the entire task of choosing the best one for your kitchen a tedious one. One of the most important considerations while selecting a door is the material—and, remember, good material is key to longevity and satisfaction.

Amongst the most commonly preferred materials for kitchen doors is Stainless Steel, and there is no room for disagreement that this material ensures good performance. Stainless steel puts up a strong fight against corrosion and chemical damage and resists stains quite effectively.

As noted earlier, selection of the perfect door may be a tedious activity, and you might end up rummaging through magazines and the Internet to get a fair idea about it—and when it is about what style of the stainless steel door you should purchase, then things are more time-consuming.

In this article, we will guide you about various styles of stainless steel outdoor kitchen doors to help you get the one that is ideal for your kitchen. So, without further ado, let us take a look at them.

  1. Hampton

The first one on the list is the Hampton door which is regarded as a standard door in the door-making industry. It basically embodies a solid slab door style and is composed of vertical #4 brushed stainless steel to add to its durability.

  1. Rio

Rio doors are quite common these days: these doors are flat ones with a frame attached to them which is composed of vertical #4 brushed stainless steel. The frame is well-equipped for a wood grain insert, stainless steel panel or glass insert.

Rio designs are regarded as clean and with attractive simplicity and are amongst the most commonly purchased styles in the market.

  1. Key West

If you know about shaker-style doors, then you should know Key West. The Key West features 2 11/16’’ wide rails and stiles, with the center panel powder coated with desired color, wood grain finish or stainless steel.

You may even have the option of getting a Key West style fitted with a textured stainless panel, which amplifies the appearance of the door considerably.

  1. Palm Beach

The Palm Beach is designed quite similarly as a Key West door and comprises identical center panel option. However, the former features wider rails and stiles at 3 3/4″.

  1. Louver

Louver doors come with impressive styles and feature stiles and rails resembling that of Key West doors. The most impressive aspect of these doors is that their interior is entirely made of individual stainless steel louvers, giving a very textured look to the doors.

  1. Bead Board

Bead Board is designed with the help of Key West rails and stiles; however, it differs from the latter in respect of the size of its stainless steel center panels—which is about 1 1/2” wide.

  1. Key West Frost

The Key West Frost comes with a stunning Key West frame fitted with a frosted glass panel in the center. The doors are usually made available in colors as per the choice of the customers.

  1. Sea Glass

What makes a Sea Glass door stand out is its frosted glass panel in the center which reminds the onlooker of sea glass. The Sea Glass is a typical Key West door style and is usually offered in three colors, namely Seafoam Green, Cloud White and Sky Blue.