10 Glass Door Cabinet Styles
How to Add Touches of Glass into Your Kitchen Design
Arched Glass Cabinet Doors
Glass front cabinets often look best when used pairs, or across multiple spaces (such as adding glass doors to complement another glass design in the same room).
Arched glass front doors mirror the recessed cabinet door design in this French country kitchen.
Cathedral Arch Glass Cabinet Doors
Glass kitchen cabinets can be used to draw attention to a specialty space - such as this butler's pantry designed as a show-case areas - which is set into the kitchen, around the corner from the formal dining room.
The kitchen cabinet doors match the Provincial interior door design, which has four vertical panels with a cathedral arch on top.
Butler's Pantries with Glass Cabinet Doors
Butler pantries - whether located in the kitchen, formal dining room, or somewhere in between - are a popular place to add glass cabinet doors.
Butler's pantries were originally designed for easier access to glassware and silver as a surface for setting out appetizers, drinks, and desserts.
New home butler's pantries are now often packed with even more purpose, used as meal preparation and clean up centers, often with the aid of features such as a built-in sink and wine or beverage refrigerator in addition to showcase cabinet storage.
Textured Glass Doors
Fluted or reeded glass cabinet doors will create a clean, modern look in your kitchen.
Fluted glass designs can act as a formal display case: they will slightly obscure cabinet contents, without completely masking what's inside.
In this Raleigh custom home, fluted glass front cabinets make an appearance above the living room bar and on along one kitchen wall.
The kitchen pendant lights echo the cabinets, with a fluted glass casing.
Formal Glass-Front Cabinet Doors
Dark kitchen cabinets lend formality to the space, especially when paired with glass-front corner cabinets.
This glass cabinet door is placed to show off the homeowner's formal china set.
Glass-Front Corner Cabinet
In this Raleigh custom home, the glass door grids make the space a bit more casual, to echo this easy-living peninsula kitchen design.
Brown and black tones pop up throughout this kitchen - from the cabinets to the granite counter tops.
Glass Doors that Lighten Up
Adding glass fronts to a corner cabinet can really lighten up a dark kitchen.
Clear glass on the cabinets call out to the glass front wine refrigerator in this Raleigh custom kitchen.
Glass Pantry Doors
Glass doors are also popular additions to your kitchen pantry - such as the one in this contemporary Raleigh kitchen.
A full-height clear glass pantry door shows off this light purple painted pantry.
Frosted Glass Doors
If you're looking for a bit more concealment, a frosted glass pantry door will do a better job hiding clutter.
This Raleigh custom home pantry door announces it's presence with the word "Pantry" etched in.
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