Glass front cabinets are a great way to create the illusion of more space in a room while also showcasing favorite dishes or trinkets. You’ll find a range of options, including the popular choices shown here.
If this cabinet had solid wood doors, it would appear top heavy in this space. Glass front cabinets create a lighter feel. This one provided the opportunity to display favorite artisan dishes.
Have you noticed that dark colors are trending in home decor? To keep an expansive, dark cabinet from overpowering a room, the use of glass front doors help reflect the light from the nearby window – and also mimic the window’s design creating a cohesive look.
I love the use of glass doors on both sides of the cabinetry placed in front of a large window. The homeowner gets additional storage space without blocking the view or light from outside. Such a clever design.
You may be thinking that the inside of your cabinets are too messy for glass doors. Add a curtain to two-thirds of the door to keep clutter concealed, and keep the top shelf neat and tidy.
A gorgeous aqua blue cabinet against a brick wall makes me want to start canning again. What a beautiful, organic sight that shows off all that hard work. I want this in my home!
Have you ever seen chicken wire paired with glass front cabinets? It’s a country look yet the kitchen feels modern with a contemporary tile back splash.
Speaking of contemporary, glass cabinet doors aren’t just for farmhouse or country style homes.
You can also use glass door cabinets to frame your windows. The glass doors give the illusion of an expansive window and allows the eye to flow better through the room.
You can easily swap out solid wood cabinet doors with glass ones to achieve this popular look. It’s less expensive than replacing all of your cabinetry, which is an added benefit!