Striking zebra-wood cabinets fill this contemporary kitchen with style. The stainless steel appliances provide striking contrast to the cabinets and are complemented by the apron-front sink and glass-front cabinet door frames.
In a white kitchen, it's helpful to incorporate texture as it visually breaks up the stretches of cabinetry and walls. Glass-front cabinet doors and granite countertops do the job nicely in this pretty kitchen.
There are many eye-catching elements in this white custom kitchen, like the extra wide crown molding, nickel-plated farmhouse sink, fabric roller shades, glass-front cabinet doors and honed countertops.
According to glass insert manufacturer Bendheim, refacing your cabinets costs about 20% of what replacing them would cost. Plus, it’s a project you can do yourself over a weekend without losing the use of your kitchen. There are plenty of options besides plain clear glass: you can choose from etched (shown), fluted, crackled, colored or patterned glass, and set off your new look with interior cabinet lighting.
Stainless steel counters and backsplash reflect light throughout this sleek kitchen, creating greater visual depth in the space. Frosted glass-front cabinet doors break up the all-white cabinetry and frame the stainless steel range hood.
Bags, boots, hats and scarves: Every item has its place in this glamorous custom closet in London. Pullout drawers for accessories and glass-fronted cabinet doors keep items on display and easy to reach. A contemporary carpet adds a graphic punch of style.
A large window above the farmhouse sink allows plenty of natural light to flow throughout this bright white traditional kitchen. Two large pendant drum lights hang over the island, clad in a pattern that mimics the mullion pattern of the glass-front cabinet doors.
This Old World-style home pub is trimmed in solid birch wood with a mirrored backsplash and glass-fronted cabinet doors. Large windows and a gaming table create a light-filled spot for relaxing and socializing.
A pass-through in this kitchen connects the room to the main living area and helps to open up the space. Charcoal granite countertops and dark hardwood floors contrast nicely with the white maple cabinetry and glass-front cabinet doors.
Located just off of the kitchen, this wet bar features ample cabinet space, including ones with a glass front that neatly showcase glassware. A marble tile backsplash is arranged in a herringbone pattern to create texture..