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!
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'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