I like the doors with glass better than the tin or chicken wire. All the selections have nice hardware, which I think adds more to the final look. I always shop at Look in the Attic & Company for handles and knobs, since they offer the best choices.
If you're craving a new look for your cabinets but dreading the time, effort and expense of installing new ones, you're in luck. Swapping out solid doors for ones with a creative insert will wake up your cabinets and give them a completely new look. Whether you want to make a big or a small statement, clever cabinet inserts are a great way to add a quick shot of personality to revive a lackluster kitchen. You can accomplish the project in weekend with the help of some basic do-it-yourself skills and a few common household tools.
I like the ones that have windows in the doors. I would do a frosted glass. Everyone in my friends neighborhood in Vancouver has cabinets like that. It looks good!
I'm wanting to cut out the centers of the cabinet door fronts on the top cabinets in my galley kitchen and replace them with glass inserts . What kind of glass should I use to replace my maple wood fronts - tempered or regular? How thick do you recommend the glass be? I plan to acid etch it to make it less translucent.
I absolutely love to make something awesome that once was as a, "Plain Jane" :!).
CAN WE FIND THIS SOMEWHERE? LOVE IT!
that looks pretty kool