Glass Kitchen Cabinet Designs & Ideas
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Design | REFINED LLC, Builder | Troy Thies Photography | Shannon Gale, Photo Styling
Arnal Photography This homeowner renovated semi-detached home in Toronto is one of those rare spaces I recently photographed for a realtor friend. From what the homeowner has told me, the stained glass and light fixtures were with the house… in the attic… when they purchased it. Over a period of years they removed plaster, revealing the brick behind it, closed in the wall between the dining room and the living room (which had been opened by a previous owner) using the stained glass panels. The interesting thing was that the stained glass panels were all slightly different sizes, so their treatment in mounting them had to be especially careful. They also paid particular attention to maintaining the heritage look of the space while upgrading utilities and adding their own more modern touches. The eclectic blend just adds to the charm of the home. Not afraid of bright colour, the daughter’s room is a shocking shade of orange, but somehow, it works! Unfortunately, being the photographer, I have little information on sourcing aside from knowing that the kitchen is from Ikea. That said, I think this is a space that holds inspiration beyond the imagination!
Bret Franks Construction, Inc.
Lovely custom kitchen! Colorful, fun, and functional... Design/Build credit: Bret and Jennifer Franks Photo credit: Rett Peek
Jennifer Grey Color Specialist & Interior Design
Completed on a small budget, this hard working kitchen refused to compromise on style. The upper and lower perimeter cabinets, sink and countertops are all from IKEA. The vintage schoolhouse pendant lights over the island were an eBay score, and the pendant over the sink is from Restoration Hardware. The BAKERY letters were made custom, and the vintage metal bar stools were an antique store find, as were many of the accessories used in this space. Oh, and in case you were wondering, that refrigerator was a DIY project compiled of nothing more than a circa 1970 fridge, beadboard, moulding, and some fencing hardware found at a local hardware store.
KE Interior Solutions
Reico Kitchen & Bath
Designed by Reico Kitchen & Bath's Annapolis, MD location, this Traditioal kitchen features Woodharbor cabinets. The kitchen cabinets are the Madison Maple in Heritage White finish. The island cabinets are also Madison Maple in a Heritage Black finish.
Araco Development Group
Farm Ranch Small Bones Replica Kitchen With 7'' wide plank Flooring , Cesar Stone Counter top and Oak Center Island Butcherblock
The Woodshop of Avon
2011 NKBA MN | 2nd Place Large Kitchen Carol Sadowsky, CKD Matt Schmitt Photography
Maine Coast Homes
This island home is inspired by tradition and classical comfort. Each element strikes a bold chord, yet all come together as a seamless whole. A stained glass cabinet door, carefully designed mosaic stove guard, thick trim, and Italian soapstone countertops blend flourish with sentiment. Wallpaper, glass cabinet doors, and traditional overhead lamps whisper of whimsical nostalgia for a simpler time. Without seeming antiquated, this kitchen charms and wows. Photos by: Jeff Roberts Project by: Maine Coast Kitchen Design
An outdated 1920's kitchen in Bayside Queens was turned into a refreshed, classic and timeless space that utilized the very limited space to its maximum capacity. The cabinets were once outdated and a dark brown that made the space look even smaller. Now, they are a bright white, accompanied by white subway tile, a light quartzite countertop and brushed brass hardware throughout. What made all the difference was the use of the dark porcelain floors as a great contrast to all the white. We were also diligent to keep the hold extractor a clear glass and stainless steel.
MJS Designers Group
Photos provided by: Obeo Inc. http://www.obeo.com Cabinets by: Kitchen Crafters Inc, Altamonte Springs, Fl.
Moger Mehrhof Architects
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
Bay Area Custom Cabinetry: wine bar sideboard in family room connects to galley kitchen. This custom cabinetry built-in has two wind refrigerators installed side-by-side, one having a hinged door on the right side and the other on the left. The countertop is made of seafoam green granite and the backsplash is natural slate. These custom cabinets were made in our own award-winning artisanal cabinet studio. This Bay Area Custom home is featured in this video: http://www.billfryconstruction.com/videos/custom-cabinets/index.html