How to Style Glass Front Kitchen Cabinets

A good reason why glass-front cabinets are loved in the kitchen is the fact that they are visually appealing and are used to display items in the kitchen. A mistake to make would be to use them to show items that are not needed in the kitchen and would leave the whole place disorganized.

Glass-front cabinets also perform the functions of extra storage. Glass-front cabinets serve as storage for your utensils and kitchenware while enjoying the view of these items in your kitchen.

How do we style these items in cabinets without missing style? That is what we are going to be talking about in this piece.


Styling Options for Items Inside Glass Front Cabinets


Styling Cabinet Glass with Tea Cups and Favorite Mugs

Styling Cabinet Glass with Tea Cups and Favorite Mugs

Style your glass-front cabinets with teacups, glass cups and favorite mugs that you use in the house every day. You use your cabinet glass for a functional purpose by storing the cups in them and for the aesthetic purpose by showcasing them with glass cabinets.

  • Start with teacups, glass cups and mugs that you use.
  • Place the glass cups in a line on the bottom shelf and arrange the teacups, coffee mugs on the top shelf.
  • Same color mugs will create a stylish look for the display, and different colors will look creative.
  • In the case that you still have more cups, mugs and teacups left after arranging some in the glass cabinet, you can move the rest to the pantry.

Styling Cabinet Glass with Stylish Plate Racks

Styling Cabinet Glass with Stylish Plate Racks

Styling your glass-front cabinets with everyday plates used by the family is a great choice. It does not matter if the patterns are different or they do not look the same, they would still look great through your cabinet glass.

  • To increase the style and visual appeal, you may add wood plate racks to the cabinets for the plates. The plate racks are sold in pairs.
  • If the racks come in a different color than what is in your cabinet, you may spray paint them to match the existing cabinet style.
  • You can put them in the cabinet and use them once they fit. You can also install the wood racks to the base of your glass-front cabinets.
  • Arrange the plates on the rack after installing the wood racks.

Styling Glass Front Kitchen Cabinets with Small Bowls, Large Bowls and Pitchers

Styling Glass Front Kitchen Cabinets with Small Bowls, Large Bowls and Pitchers

When styling your glass-front cabinets with bowls, large bowls and pitchers, do not be overly worried about matching designs and patterns. They may look different when you consider each piece, but they make a perfect ensemble when placed side by side in the kitchen cabinet glass.

  • Match the bowls with plates that are small in size.
  • Stack a couple of small bowls or large bowls and place them on small-sized plates that have been placed flat on the base of the glass front cabinet.
  • Another way to style is to lay several plates against the wall of the cabinet. Then place the bowls in front of them.
  • To create a different look, make sure the bowls stacked together are not aligned; this leaves a creative touch.
  • Large pitchers can be placed individually in separate compartments in the glass front kitchen cabinet.
  • Large bowls can be styled just as the pitchers and can be stacked together in front of a plate flat-lay on the wall of the kitchen cabinet.
  • Large pitchers and large bowls would also look great in open kitchen glass cabinets and shelves.


CABINET GLASS STYLES AND PATTERNS


When you shop your glass kitchen cabinet doors from Fab Glass and Mirrors, you have the following glass style varieties available to you.

1.

Textured Pattern Cabinet Glass

Textured Pattern Cabinet Glass


In terms of pillows for hybrid sleepers, there are endless options. When you know how to pick the best one, you will be able to sleep a good night without any distractions. Here are some essential factors to look for when shopping the ideal sleeping pillow combination:

  • Aquatex
  • Arctic
  • Cross reeded
  • Rain
  • Reeded
  • YacarList Element
  • List Element
2.

Leaded Glass Cabinet Glass

Leaded Glass Cabinet Glass


Leaded cabinet glass is made by joining different glass pieces together. This makes it a unique glass style with a thickness of 1/8-inch to 3/16-inch. It is also commonly referred to as crystal glass. Available leaded glass styles include:

  • Prairie
  • Tudor
  • Queen Anne II
  • Heritage
  • Traditional II
  • Colonial
3.

Sumiglass Cabinet Glass

Sumiglass Cabinet Glass


Sumiglass is a laminated cabinet glass type that is safety certified. It is made by compressing an array of materials into layers. Available sumiglass styles are;

  • Light rice paper
  • Thai mango rice paper
  • Heavy rice paper
4.

V-Grooving Cabinet Glass

V-Grooving Cabinet Glass


V-grooving cabinet glass is made with a technique that uses custom engravings and polishing of decorative glass. Design engravings on cabinet glass convert the style and overall theme of the space. Available V-grooving glass styles are:

  • Diamond on satin
  • Harmony frost on clear
  • Roxbury on satin
  • Spector on clear
  • Traverse on clear
  • Calais on clear

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