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Kitchen Glass Door Designs & Ideas

Hillsdale kitchen
Hillsdale kitchen
Lawrence and Gomez Architects
Red birch cabinets in classic Shaker wide style; glass upper cabinets and custom built-in cherry breakfast nook; white granite counters, marble and glass backsplash; Thermador appliances
Farringdon Penthouse, Kitchen Design
Farringdon Penthouse, Kitchen Design
Chantel Elshout Design Consultancy
Contemporary kitchen design for international couple who loves to cook. Gaggenau 400 Series appliances take centre stage with leathered Cosmic Black granite worktops adding drama to the neutral cabinetry.
Marie's Wardrobe
Marie's Wardrobe
Webb Yates Engineers
Architect: Tsuruta Architects Client: Private Photography: Tim Crocker
Kitchen
Kitchen
MADE Architecture & Interior Design
MADE Architecture & Interior Design
Blue Dog Residence by smitharc architects
Blue Dog Residence by smitharc architects
Keith Isaacs Photo
Blue Dog Residence by smitharc architects Photo © Keith Isaacs
Ocean Avenue - Geoff Bowley
Ocean Avenue - Geoff Bowley
Irvin Serrano
© Irvin Serrano photography, Bowley Builders, JDPhotostyling
Country retreat
Country retreat
Kitchen Architecture
Teddy Edwards bespoke Goodwood kitchen range.
Ancient Modern
Ancient Modern
Jackson & LeRoy
Joshua Caldwell Photography
Jetties House
Jetties House
Chip Webster Architecture
Architecture:Chip Webster Architecture Interiors: Kathleen Hay
View of Kitchen Peninsula and Sink area
View of Kitchen Peninsula and Sink area
Robin Muto
The original doors to the outdoor courtyard were very plain being that it was originally a servants kitchen. You can see out the far right kitchen window the roofline of the conservatory which had a triple set of arched stained glass transom windows. My client wanted a uniformed appearance when viewing the house from the courtyard so we had the new doors designed to match the ones in the conservatory.
Hollingbourne Road
Hollingbourne Road
Finch London
www.pollytootal.com - Polly Tootal
Martha Road Ranch House
Martha Road Ranch House
Schwartz and Architecture
The most noteworthy quality of this suburban home was its dramatic site overlooking a wide- open hillside. The interior spaces, however, did little to engage with this expansive view. Our project corrects these deficits, lifting the height of the space over the kitchen and dining rooms and lining the rear facade with a series of 9' high doors, opening to the deck and the hillside beyond. Photography: SaA