Oftentimes, our clients only think of solid wood cabinet doors, which are great for many kitchen design styles. We really enjoy showing them ideas that they didn’t consider, such as Glass Cabinet Door Inserts. They can be used to showcase display pieces or slightly obscure what’s behind.
Here are some examples from our friends at DesignCraft Cabinets:
Glass Cabinet Door Inserts
If you are looking for a basic Glass Cabinet Door Insert, this is a great place to start. Your guest will be able to see what’s in the cabinets, which makes it a good option to display your antiques without having to dust them each week.
Broad-Stripe Textured Glass
This design works well when you want to accentuate the height of your cabinets and not show the details of what’s behind the glass. It pairs well with Modern and Contemporary designs and is one of nine of the Glass Cabinet Door Inserts available from DesignCraft.
Rain Texture is commonly used when the cabinet fronts are a bit plain, as in Mission Style designs. The Rain Texture adds a bit more interest while obscuring anything that might be stored in the cabinet.
Cross-Reeded Textured Glass
Many of our clients, who are outfitting an Urban Kitchen, think about stainless steel or melamine cabinet faces. When we show them the Cross-Reeded Textured Glass, they almost always gravitate to that option.
Narrow-Reeded Textured Glass
If Broad Stripe Textured Glass is too bold for you, consider Narrow-Reeded Textured Glass. It’s a nice compromise between plain, frosted glass and Broad Stripe. It works well with designs that nod towards Art Deco.
Give us a call and we’ll discuss these, and other, options. We Love To Talk! (and listen, too). We really enjoy showing our clients options that they have not considered.