This soft neutral living room features a gray armchair and sofa set paired with striped hourglass ottomans and a dark brown coffee table. A tall glass front cabinet sits next to a traditional white fireplace, while wall-to-wall windows flood the space with natural light. A single door provides access to the outdoor terrace.
In this living room, a modern sectional sofa is situated in front of a large screen television to provide plenty of seating and an optimal viewing area for screenings of the family's favorite movies. Shelving and cabinets in the far corner provide a place for storage and display, while a fireplace to the left of the television warms the space. A window lets in plenty of natural light, and recessed lighting helps to give additional light to the space. To finish off the space, designers added a neutral, grid-patterned area rug to provide definition to the living space.
This white kitchen exemplifies transitional design at its best. A perfect blend of traditional, modern and rustic reside in the space. The kitchen also features a large-scale patterned tile wall that visually pushes the walls up and out. A rough-hewn wood beam holds the upper glass-front cabinets and stainless-steel hood vent.
The kitchen in this country home has an eclectic European feel with the tumbled stone floors and a rustic terra cotta backsplash tiles. These elements have a patina that contrasts with the modern range and vintage stainless steel island. Glass-front cabinets and open shelves complete the look.
Crisp white cabinetry, integrated appliances, a custom range hood and industrial-inspired lighting create a kitchen with contemporary flair. Glass fronted cabinets along the top perimeter add accent lighting to the space, and a custom hood brings both style and function. A blue backsplash extends to the ceiling and adds a splash of cool color.
Vertical-grain walnut cabinetry pairs elegantly with white walls, stainless steel appliances, a modern kitchen island and the rich hue of the walnut floors. Glass-front kitchen cabinets add to the impression of open space and shows off eye-catching dinnerware and glassware. Lighting under the island creates depth and adds to the elegance, illuminating leather bar chairs.
This sleek butler's pantry features high-gloss blue paint on nearly every surface, from walls to cabinetry to trim. Mottled glass fronts the cabinet doors, offering a peek at the artfully arranged glassware. The deep blue hue becomes an even more dramatic touch when juxtaposed with the white walls that run throughout most of this waterfront home.
This contemporary dining room features a dramatic globe chandelier with soft sea green hues that connect to the seaside locale. Deep earth tones, layered textures and relaxed furnishings soften the crisp white and charcoal framework and reflect the natural beauty of the surrounding harbor. A modern fireplace and glass front cabinets add to the sleek, urban vibe.
Perfect for entertaining, this large kitchen uses a sharp contrast between black and white design elements to create a sleek look throughout the space. Funky bar stools with leather seat cushions line the kitchen island, providing a perfect place for casual dining or relaxation. Glass-front upper cabinets are lite from within to create a glow around the room.
This kitchen features a number of white cabinets, some with beveled doors and others with glass fronts made to look like French doors. Several black stools are arranged around a large kitchen island, providing room for casual dining, while stainless steel appliances add a sleek touch to the space. White square tiles cover the backsplash area.
The beautiful floral accessories upon the elegant, white countertop adds interest and dimension to this kitchen. Designer Michelle Rohrer-Lauer added exquisite, colorful dishware and glass fronts to the existing kitchen cabinets to add visually appealing and decorative accents to the space. The design makes for an aesthetically pleasing, transitional-style kitchen with real-world functionality for the family.
The spacious display cabinets in this Los Angeles clothing store are made of glass, allowing for plenty of storage, and visibility as well as accessibility of product. A crystal chandelier hangs in the room, with other lighting provided by store front windows and recessed lighting in addition to the bounce back of light from the numerous mirrors.
The beautiful details in this space are what pulls it all together. Custom, glass front cabinets have been added as a display case for the homeowners to show off their lovely dishes. An elegant subway tile backsplash has been installed to accentuate the timelessness of the space, and stainless steel appliances have been installed for both their functionality and their looks.
Storage abounds in this neutral, traditional kitchen, part of a luxurious 10-acre estate in Fall City, Washington. A wide window allows the cook to enjoy views of nature while prepping food and cleaning up. Glass front cabinets on the opposite wall help to open up the space, as does the sleek vent hood mounted from the ceiling above the center island.
This transitional kitchen remodel from HGTV Star Season 8 for homeowners Jair and Tiffany Paz features a built-in breakfast bar with a custom bar top and stool seating. Designers Abby Vasek, Anne Rue, and Brooks Atwood used plenty of warm neutrals, a window garden, and new glass-front cabinets to soften this kitchen space.
Classic meets contemporary in this black and white living room. A traditional white sofa is a solid element joined by zebra-print chairs, a glass coffee table and a vintage mirror-front bar cabinet. An artistic photograph pillow adds a contemporary and artistic detail on the couch. A black rug covers the floor while a red window curtain brings a pop of color.
Wood reclaimed from a barn in Texas' Hill Country lines the ceiling of this butler's pantry, providing the newly constructed space with a sense of history. Matching scraps of wood are laid in a herringbone pattern below the counter to tie in with the ceiling, and the rustic wood is contrasted nicely with an elegant pendant light, mint-green cabinets with glass fronts and a marble countertop.
Create interest and texture with a collection of everyday and vintage bathroom items. This Victorian Gothic wall cabinet is filled with vintage cosmetic jars, ivory grooming implements, shells, sponges, towels and soaps. “If you have glass-fronted shelves, use it as an opportunity not just for storage but for display of interesting objects,” says Susan Sully, author of the book “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques” in which this home was featured. Sully also recommends painting the back of a cabinet a dark color to make light objects really stand out.