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Designing Your Kitchen With Glass Fronted Cabinets

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At Fabuwood, we absolutely love the idea of incorporating glass-fronted cabinets for additional style and storage in your kitchen. While this concept might seem rather traditional, this type of custom cabinet can easily fit into any interior design style. Glass fronted cabinets are actually quite versatile, and do not have to be used for each and every cabinet you install. So, if you are looking for an alternative to wood but not yet ready to try open shelving, glass-front cabinet doors might be the right decision for you. This blog will outline some of the pros of including this style and how your kitchen renovation can benefit.

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Glass front cabinets have plenty of advantages that are enticing for homeowners. Firstly, Glass fronted doors come in many styles and designs. So, it’s helpful to know that single panel doors provide a sleek look while six-panel glass doors can give a more vintage feel. Next, you’ll have the option to choose between clear glass, frosted glass, textured glass etc.… The options are endless depending on what you’re trying to achieve.

Benifits of glass front cabinets

The main benefit of kitchen glass cabinets is to allow the glass to create more space and dimension giving off the illusion of a more expansive kitchen.  Glass display cabinets will make the room feel larger and help homeowners use minimal space more cleverly.

Clear glass fronts make a cabinet the perfect place to put pretty dishes on display. They make your room more elegant and classy by displaying your products in a proper way. You might even be surprised to see how pretty your everyday china or bake-ware would look when featured in this setting. Glass doors encourage homeowners to keep things looking neat and ensure that every item has a place to live inside the cabinet. You just need to pay attention to caring and cleaning these glass doors on a weekly basis so that the elements inside shine through.  If you’re goal is to break up the wood but conceal the cabinet interiors, frosted or textured glass fronts will do the trick.

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Not only are glass front cabinets functional and attractive, but the style gives your space more zest. All it takes is a little creativity. Are you considering glass front cabinet doors for your kitchen remodel?  We’d love to hear your thoughts about this style in the comment section below.