The inside panels of the cupboard doors were removed, and chicken wire was tacked to the inside. A panel of fabric was then attatched to the inside of the cupboard doors. You could skip the fabric or use a sheer or lace panel for a more open look. If you get bored with your look and want a change, it's as simple as switching fabric!
In a small nook, this beautifully appointed gray butler's pantry is equipped with gray custom lit cabinets accented with chicken wire doors and fixed to a gray shiplap backsplash above a gray countertop complementing gray diamond pattern cabinet doors finished with oil rubbed hardware.
Open shelving in the kitchen is very hot right now. For a country, cottage, or farmhouse style kitchen, installing chicken wire in the cupboard doors provides the same feeling as open shelving but carries through the rustic vibe you might be after. Chicken wire pairs especially well with a distressed finish on the cabinetry.