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While some homeowners opt for a wooden cabinetry, some opt for glass front cabinets for sensible reasons. First is these can serve as a focal point in a kitchen as they can store and display treasured wares, wines, or cookbooks of the homeowner. Some choose it because it can be lit and warm up the room.
There are numerous glass cabinets available and you will see them here in our gallery.
Here is a list of what we gathered:
- 1. Beveled
- 2. Design Mullion
- 3 Decorative
- etched glass
- stained glass
- painted glass
- 4. Fluted-reeded
- 5. Frameless
- 6. Picture Window
- 7. Seeded
- 8. Sliding
- 9. Transparent
- 10. Leaded
Thinner in the edges and thicker in the center, beveled glass are made by cutting its edges to specific angles to achieve the desired result.
Beveled glass coupled with back light make the cabinetry of this kitchen stand out. Complementing the backlight are the three light fixture and under cabinet lighting of this kitchen.
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Design Mullion on Glass Cabinets
Mullions support the glass in the cabinets allowing maximum transparency and self- weight loading.
This kitchen with mullion designed cabinets capture anyone’s attention. The glass cabinetry is backlit and it further adds warmth to this kitchen. Wide windows let natural light in. A sophisticated table and chair for one is beside the window making more space for movement.
Decorative Glass Cabinets
Decorative glass cabinets come in frosted, etched, stained, and painted. See which one will fit your taste.
Decorative Glass Cabinets- Frosted
This cute kitchen comes in yellow orange and white palette. Small square white tiled walls and backsplash add texture to this kitchen while the flat panel cabinets with a wide handle brings this kitchen to life. The frosted glass cabinet doors line the upper walls and extends below on the right side where below these cabinets, two movable drawers with casters are placed.
Decorative Glass Cabinets- Etched
This black and white kitchen uses details to make this space beautiful. The etched glass in the kitchen cabinet is surely made by an artist. The tiling in the backsplash is also beautiful. The black and white container on top of the cabinet was placed for décor.
Decorative Glass Cabinets- Stained
Glass manufacturers do not actually stain the glass but use various oxides and coloring agents to create desired shapes and designs.
The stained glass in this kitchen cabinet is a focal point in this kitchen. Further adding texture in this kitchen is the tiling in the backsplash.
Decorative Glass Cabinets – Painted Glass
Colored glass cabinets lends a modern look to any kitchen. Big white tiles make up the wall, backsplash, and flooring of this kitchen. A white range hood complement the theme of the kitchen.
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Fluted/ Reeded Glass
Called fluted because it resembles flutes, fluted/ reeded glass are rolled glass and with one side having the desired pattern to form the desired decoration and obscuration.
This kitchen has a fluted or reeded glass cabinet for texture. White wooden cabinets accompany these glass cabinets. Tiles with horizontal lines contrast and complement the vertical lines of the kitchen cabinets.
Frameless Glass Cabinets
These cabinets do not have frames and as such, the look becomes seamless and continuing.
These frameless cabinets are also painted cabinets and in a glossy finish. The color palette of black, white, and grey was consistent from the cabinets, flooring, and ceiling fan. The tiling of the backsplash complement the matte flooring and the glossy cabinets.
These cabinets are strategically placed to serve as a window and as a cabinet where things can be stored and the outside can be brought in.
Maximizing space and hiting two birds with one stone, these windows provide natural light inside the room and provide a storage space for its homeowners. The lush greenery in the background has become part of the palette in this winter white kitchen. A beautiful chandelier is added in this kitchen.
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These are called seeded glass because small packets or seeds are trapped into the glass to make the desired distorted look.
Contrasting the wooden brown cabinets is the texture of the seeded glass of these cabinets. The kitchen countertop has a power outlet and a small space for working while a central island is used for preparing food. A ceramic vase and a glass vase are on top of the cabinets for accent.
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Sliding Glass Cabinets
As the name suggests, sliding glass slides sideways to allow the user to get something from the cabinet. Even though minimal space is saved in clearance zone, it will count in small spaces with small footage.
The frosted glass of the cabinet complement the tiling of the backsplash which form leaves when seen from afar. The classic farmhouse sink and faucet are both timeless and beautiful.
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Transparent Glass Cabinets
More commonly used in kitchen cabinets, these cabinets store and display precious possessions of the homeowners with unobstructed view.
This cream kitchen uses white and steel as its two main colors that complement the upper transparent glass cabinets. Futuristic metal stools are placed beside a kitchen bar in this eat-in kitchen.
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These are sheets of glass joined together with lead as one of its raw materials.
The leaded glass in this kitchen cabinet contributes to the beautiful ensemble. Aside from wooden and glass cabinetry, this kitchen is any homeowner’s dream because of the top of the line appliances such as the two- door fridge, cooktop with oven, and double- stacked oven in eye-level.
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This seeded and decorated glass front cabinetry catches attentions. The mini wooden railings on top of the cabinet further add texture to this kitchen while vases of different sizes were added for accent on the countertop.
Frosted glass cabinets go well with white and stainless steel. The two- door fridge, the unique faucet, and other appliances add to the color palette of this kitchen.
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Fluted or reeded glass cabinets help showcase the contents of the cabinets but obscure it a bit for a visual appeal. The lighting under the cabinet help warm up the room.
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Frosted and etched, the glass cabinets take the center stage in this kitchen. The rest like the cooktop and the wooden cabinetry are simple enough for their functionality.
The transparent glass in this wide kitchen cabinet showcases wares that complement the color scheme of this kitchen. Pin lights and two light fuxture illuminate this room. Wooden stools complement the shiny wooden flooring.
This grey kitchen houses a floor to ceiling cabinet with its upper part made partly from glass. A small French window and a skylight allow natural light to fill this room. The yellow striped rug complement the color palette of this kitchen.
Transparent glass with wooden accent beautify this kitchen’s cabinetry in distressed finish. The extensive storage allows the use of central island mainly for preparing and savouring cooked food.
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The mullion design of this cabinet complement the textures and details of this kitchen. Two pendant lights and pin lights illuminate this room while the black Tibetan barstools provides a contrast in the color scheme.
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Lining the walls of this kitchen in Phoenix, Arizona is a wide frosted glass cabinetry. The extensive storage further extends to the kitchen island with its metal underside. A pull-down spray kitchen faucet that makes washing easier is placed in the island.
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European cabinets with glass front store and display wares of different color in this kitchen. Several grey high chairs with upholstered back support are placed in the long kitchen island to make this an eat-in kitchen.
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This U- shaped kitchen has white cabinets with reeded glass that add texture. Complementing white oven beside a two-door fridge are in this kitchen. An open shelf under the oven adds landing space and can separate scalding hot plates from cooler ones.
Transparent glass in mullion design cabinets accentuate this kitchen. A mix of black and white appliances help achieve a cohesive look. The black cooktop with oven and black wall- mounted range hood complement the white coffee maker and white microwave oven.
Seeded glass cabinetry obscure the view of treasured wares in this rustic kitchen. Usually found on the upper part of kitchens, glass cabinets can still be found here. A unique storage and display of pasta can be seen on the pillar supporting the range hood.
Seeded glass cabinets in green and white- painted wood are in this small kitchen. A slim and proportionate stainless steel range hood is mounted on the wall. Focus lights illuminate and accentuate this kitchen.
This L- shaped white kitchen has transparent glass cabinets and leaded glass cabinets for accent. A wine rack with under cabinet lighting takes up part of the countertop. The glossy countertop extends to the backsplash creating a seamless look.
Warm and sunny, this kitchen pulls off a cohesive look with the colorful flooring, white pocket French windows, and rustic wooden cabinetry. The glass cabinets are put up high for safety.
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