This clever china cabinet not only has room for glasses and dishware. It also features a wine rack, a mirror and an elegant granite countertop that can double as a buffet. A chalkboard lets hosts inject personality into the scene.
This light and bright kitchen features a mix of white Shaker style and glass front cabinets paired with marble countertops. Dark brown hardwood floors add a beautiful contrast, while a white tile backsplash adds a finishing touch.
This kitchen island features traditional neutral cabinetry and gray granite countertops. Built-in stainless steel appliances are located on one side of the island, while wooden stools with blue velvet cushions line the other. A glass front cabinet with a diamond mesh pattern is positioned at the end, showcasing fine china.
Rustic wood and stainless steel make the feel of this open plan kitchen warm and approachable. Instead of upper cabinets, a large glass-front china cabinet houses—and shows off—dishes and serving ware.
Interior designer Anisa Darnell used a fresh boxwood wreath to decorate her metro Atlanta front door, which has beveled glass. For the door's brown weathered look, she stained the door with a mixture of dark walnut and gray. The lines of the door are classic and timeless, she says.
White Shaker cabinets pair with brown glass tile walls in this transitional kitchen. A beautiful blend of dark wood and white stone on the island's countertop emphasizes the strong lines in the visually-rich space.
This eclectic teal dining room from the HGTV Smart Home 2013 features an artistic vibe, pairing together a formal dining room table, industrial chandelier and wall-to-wall dark brown china closet with glass front cabinets. Bright blue glass candlesticks are used as a centerpiece, while a sheer curtain is used to divide the dining and living spaces.
A curved gray island with marble countertop is lined with dark leather bar chairs. The red-brown tone of the chairs pops against the charcoal gray and thick white trim. Soft wood cabinetry and hardwood floor add a traditional element to the design. Glass cone pendant lights and a glossy silver backsplash finish the look.
Glass front cabinets visually expand the kitchen while a mosaic tile backsplash brings color to the wood cabinets. Retro-inspired appliances outfit the space creating an interesting mix of old and new elements.