Fluted- or Reeded-Glass Cabinet Doors
Fluted- or reeded-glass cabinet inserts create a clean, modern look in the kitchen. These types of glass inserts will slightly obscure cabinet contents but will not mask them entirely.
Frosted-Glass Cabinet Doors
Matching the diffused light that fills this kitchen, the frosted-glass panels on a row of cabinets offer a blurred glimpse at the dishes inside. Unlike a wall of standard cabinetry, the frosted-glass inserts help the narrow kitchen look more open.
Cabinets with a View
Divided-Glass Cabinet Doors
For a traditional appearance, these cabinet doors look like they're made of individual panes of glass. The glass-front cabinets help the small kitchen feel more open and echo the unique look of the interior window above the sink.
A Little Glass
Mellowing Colored Cabinets
A kitchen filled with brightly colored cabinets can look overwhelming. Make the look less intense by using glass inserts in place of some of the solid wood cabinet doors. Here, one cabinet outfitted with leaded glass takes the edge off of its bold yellow surroundings.
Dramatic Door Designs
Create a formal display for fine dinnerware with a classical design mullion on glass cabinet doors. These glass-front cabinets also help break up the potentially heavy look of the dark wood cabinetry.
Open for Business
This small corner cabinet might have looked too heavy if it had been outfitted with solid wood doors. Instead, glass-front doors on both sides elevate the dishware inside to decorative status. Glass shelves within the cabinet look delicate and refined.
Leaded-Glass Cabinet Doors
Traditional leading with textured glass lends an old-world feel to your kitchen. Vintage-look glass door pulls add another layer of sparkle and shine.
The X motif on this glass-front cabinet is an elegant addition to the traditional kitchen. A display of favorite dishware is now elevated to decorative status.
Lighten Up Dark Cabinets
Dark cabinets can make a room feel smaller. Incorporating glass fronts onto the long, narrow cabinets in this kitchen helps the space feel lighter.
Clear glass inserts on a row of cabinets helps this narrow food-prep area look more open. The glass cabinet fronts and the mirrored backsplash reflect light streaming in from a skylight above.
X Marks the Spot
The upper cabinets in this kitchen were fitted with clear glass inserts, which break up the look of solid cabinetry. The X motif on the doors gives a nod to traditional, farmhouse styling, which blends well with the exposed hinges on the nearby refrigerator and freezer wall.
Pop of Pattern
Back glass-front cabinets with pretty patterned wallpaper to add oodles of personality in an unexpected place. With so many wallpapers on the market today, it's easy to find a print that will match your favorite style.