Etched glass Design for kitchen cabinets
Get the experts' advice on specialty glass use, design and installation for your home or office.
Maintain a Sense of Openness in the Kitchen
To avoid the closed-off feeling a solid door can impart on your kitchen space, incorporate privacy decorative glass into the door. The hint of light and movement behind detail-obscuring patterned and etched glass will maintain a sense of privacy, while making your kitchen appear more open, bright, and spacious.
Add Color to Your Kitchen
Colored glass inserts in kitchen cabinet doors, pantry doors or decorative windows can make your kitchen more enjoyable to prepare food and entertain in. Even if you prefer neutral colors or natural wood and stone for your cabinets, walls and countertops, a splash of bright color through rich decorative glass inserts can add individuality and sparkle.
Incorporate patterns in your home’s interior design to achieve a higher level of interest and sophistication. Coordinate patterned door and cabinet glass inserts or decorative glass partitions with existing design elements to create well integrated and balanced schemes.
Budget-Friendly Cabinet Customization
High-quality stock cabinets from a home center typically cost 20-30% less than semi-custom or custom units of the same grade, and can look identical or better. Save by ordering stock cabinets prepped for glass and selecting your own decorative glass inserts for a custom look without the custom cost.
Use Mirrored Glass Creatively
You can use etched mirror as a backsplash for interior cabinet walls. When applied to the interiors of cabinets, luminous etched mirrors add elegance and enhance interior cabinet lighting. Mirrors' ability to emphasize the texture and designs of transparent cabinet glass inserts from within offers a surprising extra benefit.
Marbleized Décor Made Easy With Bendheim Glass
Used on just about any surface, marbleizing has always been a favored decorative practice in the world of high design. It gained popularity in Europe during the Renaissance and remains an admired ornamental technique today. With several Bendheim glasses featuring a marbleized look, you can add a timeless, en-vogue design element to your cabinets, doors, and partitions. Check these out: Lamberts Mouth-Blown White Dappled, Wispy Slate