Glass Kitchen Cabinet Designs & Ideas
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
traditional kitchen in SF
KONST SieMatic - Kitchen Interior Design
SIMPLY SLEEK. Careful mechanical changes and meticulous material selection combined to create this hard-working modern kitchen with ageless appeal. Glossy gray lacquer and smoky glass cabinets—with a striking marble backsplash and counter—fit snugly along one wall. The island’s matte gray cabinets and granite counters balance against the welcoming walnut-topped bar, which measures nearly seven feet for ample seating. Photography by Anice Hoachlander
Photographed by Brandon Barre
Cynthia Bennett & Associates
Modern kitchen by Cynthia Bennett & associates featuring a breakfast bar, eat in kitchen, glass-front cabinets, pendant lighting, see-through refrigerator, stainless steel appliances, tray ceiling, undercabinet lighting and wet bar,
Kitchens & Baths Unlimited
Contemporary Birdseye Maple Custom Kitchen
Alpha Design Group
Edward Gohlich Photography
Flexwood Fine Cabinetry
Beautiful Transitional kitchen in Midtown Toronto. Solid Wood Doors Finished in Solid Colours with Stainless Steel incorporated throughout
Designed by Sally Ross Photograph by George Ross
J. Parker Custom Homes
Fantastic opportunity to own a new construction home in Vickery Place, built by J. Parker Custom Homes. This beautiful Craftsman features 4 oversized bedrooms, 3.5 luxurious bathrooms, and over 4,000 sq.ft. Kitchen boasts high end appliances and opens to living area .Massive upstairs master suite with fireplace and spa like bathroom. Additional features include natural finished oak floors, automatic side gate, and multiple energy efficient items.
Weil Friedman Architects
As in many New York City buildings, the extent of this kitchen was limited to the original prewar footprint. Custom cabinets with glass doors, and integrated appliances help keep the space feeling open and airy.
Santa Barbara Designs of the Interior
From Tuscan to this updated, clean, more functional kitchen, this couldn't be a more dramatic change. Flanking this kitchen space is a large kitchen table that can seat 8, with an inviting patio beyond. We love the clean, crisp look, with black dramatic details.
This Cape Cod kitchen with wood countertops underwent an enormous transformation that added 75 square feet and relocated all three legs of the work triangle: sink, refrigerator, and range. To accommodate traffic flow through the space, the upper corner of the kitchen was made into a pantry/baking center, and the remaining space was used to create the work triangle. The look of the cabinets was kept simple, but small flourishes such as crown molding throughout the room and staggered cabinet heights add visual interest. Some of the cabinets include glass doors with grids that match the windows, helping to pull together the design as a whole. Jenerik Images Photography