This traditional china cabinet serves as the perfect display area for vintage china, glass ware, and silver serving ware. The floral and aviary patterned wall design add visual interest while the mounted pheasants sitting atop provide a unique conversation starter. The wall treatment may look like wallpaper, but it's actually paper-backed fabric. Designer Sarah Richardson used this centuries-old process to achieve a sophisticated look in her dining room. The process of backing fabric with paper is known as lamination or paper backing and costs about $10 per yard. Check with local wallpaper or fabric stores for availability.
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.
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
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.
Instead of hiding away serving ware in a closed-off cabinet, choose the prettiest pieces to display on open shelves. Here, wine glasses and platters join a collection of glass bottles and antique teacups to dress up a dining room.
This light and bright kitchen features a spacious island lined with blue and white woven wooden stools and industrial pendant lights overhead. Glass front cabinets showcase neatly arranged dish ware, while marble countertops and and a white backsplash
The key to any great kitchen is storage, and this kitchen has plenty of it. The oversized island in the center of the room gives the family lots of space to store their pots, pans and other kitchen wares. For additional storage, built in shelves were added. Here, the family can show off portions of their wine collection and glasses. With drawers underneath the shelves, more storage is available for the family's things, allowing the homeowners to keep the clutter off of their counters.