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2. Use glass Give a lighter look to your compact kitchen with glass wall cabinets, as it makes the kitchen feel more open and bright. Glass cabinets are easy to clean and maintain.Frameless glass panels can be installed as door shutters for the wall cabinets, just as in this example. The glass shutters do not have handles as the cabinets open and close with a magnetic push latch.Look at all these kitchen designs for ideas
FrostedGood for Modern kitchens. Frosted glass, which is blasted with sand or grit to achieve its translucent quality, lends a cool, sleek feel to a space. Because it screens the objects it fronts (some better than others), you can probably get away with a stack of mismatched melamine or a jumble of tumblers. You also can have frosted glass etched with custom designs to add one-of-a-kind style.
2. Frameless glass cabinetsFrameless glass wall cabinets comprise a sheet of glass that works as the door shutter. The combination of decorative SS (stainless steel) hinges, absence of handles and a generous use of frameless glass imparts a high-end sophisticated look to the kitchen. Note that a magnetic push latch is used to open and close these cabinets.Browse though more images of kitchen wall cabinets
2. Frameless glass-front cabinetsTraditional glass-front cabinets have a wood frame with a glass centre panel. Frameless glass-front cabinets have just one sheet of glass for the entire cabinet front. More contemporary in design, they create a sleek appearance with their decorative hinges and lack of hardware.You may have to hunt for this style – many cabinet lines do not offer it.