Glass-front kitchen cabinet – Incorporating glass into your kitchen cabinets provide extra light and an air of extra space to your kitchen. You can mix the glass with stainless steel for a sleek, modern design, or combine it with solid oak frames for more of a country look. Glass provides great versatility, provides clear, textured, etched, frosted or even, stained or leaded glass for your cabinet door design. Clear glass cabinet doors or cabinet door posts allow you to showcase dishes, glass and heirlooms. Clear glass offers a clean, elegant look other options cant. Select framed or frameless clear glass doors with a variety of hardware options. Clear glass is usually the least expensive glass options, depending on the class you choose. However, it does show smudges and fingerprints more than the texture, frosted or decorative glass doors.
Offering great versatility, the textured glass in an almost endless variety of styles. Select raindrop textures, bamboo, linen, hammered, striped, marbled, geometric squares, or one of the many options offered by quality glass companies in your area. Structured glass displays color and basic shape of objects behind it, but not all the stains and fingerprints of clear glass. Structured glass leaves little mystery in your glass-front kitchen cabinet design. Frosted glass provides an opaque look, created by high pressure and sand. As with textured glass, hides stains and fingerprints at the same time show the basic shape and color of the items in the cabinet.
To add design to your glass-front kitchen cabinet panel, select an etched pattern, either finished or tailored. Etching uses air pressure and abrasive to remove the top layer of glass for a permanent structure. You can find etching patterns to match any kitchen theme, including floral, fireflies, butterflies, vines, arcs or abstract patterns. Bevel offers a prismatic look to the edges of your glass panels with polished, angled edges. Select individual panes of beveled glass or intricate designs made with beveled glass pieces in combination with lead cam. Mullion designs incorporating thin strips of wood with glass for a window look. Different designs use individual boxes or a large effort slid behind a decorative wooden frame.