We sell a variety of pine, oak and mahogany reclaimed cupboard doors. We endeavour to put the better examples on our website, but we also have a large supply of reclaimed cupboard doors that can be viewed at our yard. If looking for a larger sized door for a cupboard or pantry, it is worth searching by size in our door search facility. Early cupboard doors were usually made of oak and were often carved with linenfold pattern. In the Georgian era, cupboard doors in the utilitarian areas, such as kitchen or pantry were usually plain panelled affairs, or with vertical planks in rural houses, but doors in the drawing room could be quite elaborate, with moulded panels and carved embellishments, or glazed when the contents were to be displayed. Some cupboard doors can be quite grand, and it's only when you see that the back of the door is plain or less finished that one realises that it is a cupboard door and not an internal door. We also supply a good range of hinges, latches and bolts suitable for period cupboard doors. These can be found in the ironmongery section of this website.