Interior and under-cabinet lights add instant flair to this stylish kitchen, a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winner. Designer Judith Wright Sentz of Judith Wright Design used ribbon lights in the leaded-glass cabinets to illuminate the shelves within and low voltage lights under the cabinets to bathe the countertops below in warm light.
Warm tones from the wood cabinets and polished tile floors soften this modern room, creating a comfortable cooking space. The mottled glass-front cabinets bring a lightness to the space without fully revealing the dish ware -- and possible disorganization -- that lies behind. Unique red and chrome barstools at the kitchen island punch color into the kitchen
The glass-front wood cabinets in this traditional bar area are perfect for displaying pretty drink ware. The leather upholstered barstools and classic marble countertops help the bar area maintain elegance and timelessness.
This traditional all white kitchen has glass front illuminated cabinets, white countertops, stainless steel range with white vent hood, glass subway tile backsplash, tray ceiling with recessed lights, and a unique breakfast nook pass through.
The stone walls in this large bar space give the feeling of a rustic wine cellar. Other unique features include rounded-corner wine shelves and storage, gorgeous hardwood floors and glass-front cabinets that expose beautiful glassware.
This traditional all white kitchen has glass front cabinets with recessed lighting, stainless steel range with white vent hood, glass subway tile backsplash, built in bookshelves, and contemporary pendant lights over a marble countertop work island with sink.
This modern kitchen has bold blue base cabinets and floating shelves, white glass front cabinets and trim, contemporary black and white patterned wall tile with metallic trim, farmhouse sink, and white marble countertops.
This traditional kitchen features bright white walls, counters, and glass front built in cabinets with recessed lighting, a multiple gas burner range with white vent hood, glass subway tile backsplash, and contemporary pendant lighting.
Glass cabinet doors are an excellent option for homeowners wishing to display their dinnerware. In this kitchen designed by David Stimmel, the glass-front cottage cabinets display beautiful mint green dinnerware, providing color in this otherwise white kitchen.