Published at Monday, 07 August 2017 by Lamarr Giraud in Cabinets & Drawer, with total 35 photos.
Having glass kitchen cabinets doesn't mean you have to replace your cabinets. If your existing cabinets are in good condition, you can install glass inserts instead. Adding muntins to a plain glass design that mimics the architectural designs and moldings of the house will add a sense of continuity and bring all the elements together for a finished look.
The glass becomes art in itself to give your kitchen a unique style. Leaded glass on a corner cabinet will open it up and make it appear bigger, so it isn't fading into the background, and glass cabinets are a great alternative to the two-toned look to break up and tone down the overwhelming impact of one solid color throughout the room.
Refacing is a less expensive option than replacing the cabinet doors, though refacing won't work on some cabinets. Double-check the material your cabinet is made of before you decide to reface. Once you've decided on how you will update your kitchen cabinet doors, you will have to choose a style. A contemporary or modern style generally has a sleek, sophisticated look, so you'll want to steer clear of anything rustic or distressed.