Kitchen Design: Glass Front Cabinets

There are a myriad of options to consider when selecting cabinetry for your kitchen. Wood species, finish, door style  . . . you name it. One option we often float by clients is glass front doors. Glass front doors create visual interest, can break up long walls of cabinetry, and offer a place to display pretty collections or dishware.

Whether the glass is clear, frosted or pebbled, painted a contrasting color, or even wallpapered, be deliberate about how you style those shelves. Display your dinnerware and glassware in organized stacks. All white dinnerware is always a good idea. Or, display a collection of antiques or colorful glassware.

 

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Glass doors lighten up these painted black cabinets and make the space more airy. Design by Jenny Siebert for Callier & Thompson.
Photo by Alise O’Brien.

Above: Glass front doors are perfect for a lovely wetbar like this one. They provide a great opportunity to display pretty stemware.

 

Above: Dark painted cabinets with white interiors create a bright, country feel. Perfect for displaying ceramics, antique silver and casual dinnerware.

 

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Image via Decorpad

Above: Glass front cabinets are a great place to use that wallpaper you’ve been drooling over. They add a pop of color or pattern without committing to to an entire wall. There are tons of great removable wallpapers on the market these days that would be ideal for cabinet interiors.

 

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Image via Remodelista

Above: Subway tile behind cabinets? This concept is new to us, but we’re loving it!

 

Above: Painting the back of your glass front cabinets is a great way to add color and contrast in your kitchen. We love the mint green pop in this all-white kitchen.

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