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Highlight an interesting architectural shape. The Gothic-inspired insets in the glass door would get lost if placed on top of a wood door. By placing a light inside these display cabinets, we can see the strong patterns of the filigree work. Laidlaw Schultz architects
In a slightly different vein, these glass cabinets are all about bringing different texture and shape to the doors that contrast with the strong grain pattern of the wood. By keeping all the dishes white inside the cabinets, it keeps the entire look from being too busy. KitchenLab Design | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors
Glass doors lighten up an entire room by breaking up the surface. It's a well-known fact that if you have a large surface and you throw a different material in the mix, it helps break up the overall weight of everything. Glass upper cabinets were used to give everything a light visual weight in this quaint kitchen. The frosting on the glass helps hide what's behind the doors so it doesn't feel cluttered.