Ways to Work Glass Into Your Kitchen Cabinets

Glass-front cabinets, often used in upper areas of a kitchen, can make for a pretty and practical focal point. These clear cabinets can be illuminated for ambience, display precious possessions, store functional kitchen items and ease transitions from room to room.


Traditional Kitchen 1. Glass-front peninsula cabinets:
Although peninsula storage is practical, many homeowners feel that it can close the kitchen off. Adding upper glass-front cabinets to the peninsula allows for light and creates a more open feeling.
Artisian Glass 2. Decorative glass:
Artisan glass comes in many different patterns and finishes.

Here’s a link to see different artisan glass patterns…

Glass Cabinets 3. Use glass to balance out other elements:
Glass cabinetry on either side of the large vent hood, bank of solid door cabinets or refrigerator help balance out the weight of the fixture .

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