Working Glass into Your Kitchen Cabinetry

Clearly working glass into our cabinetry show that you have nothing to hide, in fact you have some major attractive things to show. First, it creates a focal point. Second, usually found on the upper area of the kitchen for safety purposes, and third, it is inviting and alluring. Who wouldn’t want such beauties installed in their kitchen? Below are ways in which the glass front can be incorporated into your kitchen design:

Glass-front peninsula cabinets: Peninsula divides the kitchen into three parts, for instance the cooking area and another adjacent room. It is practical but without an added something it feels cramped, hence an upper glass-front is the way to go to allow natural light to penetrate through, and give you that homey feeling.

Frameless glass-front cabinets: Further, the typical and traditional type found in most homes is the glass center with wood frames. The frameless glass-front cabinet is only one glass encompassed in the entire cabinet area; they are very sleek, chic and attractive. Finding this design is hard, not offered by a lot of cabinet hardware companies.

Picture-window cabinet: Most suitable when you have a lot of windows in your home, what do you do? You can install a wall cabinet over the window, it is naturally and beautiful, it suits the modern and contemporary style and they have no back panel.

Sliding glass: it shows how the 70s style is back with a force, the sliding doors was common back then. Likewise, old is gold, they usually slide on a recessed track allowing glasses to meet each other as the cross each other back and forth. Some have drilled hardware attached on the surface, while others finger pull item attached to them.

Decorative glass: Also referred to as the seeded glass and very popular these days if you want something away from the norm by having a textured appearance. Other common types include:

  • Frosted glass
  • Etched glass
  • Stained glass
  • Colored glass

You can get it supplied for you or prepare the space in which you want to get it fixed, making work easier for you.

Glass-front base cabinets: You do not have to limit yourself on having glass cabinetry on the upper part of your cabinets, they will also look on the base as well, and if you do not have toddlers then this is for you. It spices up your cabinetry design and the exciting part is that it faces other rooms.

Tall glass-front cabinets: Use to house tall items such as broom, mops and much more, to make what makes it decorative is the installed glass face.

Painted glass-front cabinets: They are frameless and painted on the back side to give it that glossy feeling and mostly done in the factory for a professional finish.

In conclusion, for glass installation you need a pro for it to be perfect, if you need any help finding the right glass-front cabinet for you. Please do not hesitate to contact us at Premium Cabinets of Tulsa.

 

Austin G
Premium Cabinets of Tulsa
918-549-5553
austing@premiumcabinets.com

1 reply
  1. Max Jones
    Max Jones says:

    My wife and I have been thinking about finding some glass merchants who could help us incorporate a new look for our cabinets. I’m glad that you talked about being able to have a frameless cabinet being hard but offering a sleek and attractive look. We’re going to have to see if we can find some good glass merchants in our area and see if they could help us add some frameless cabinets to our kitchen!

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