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Glass-fronted upper cabinets and a back-painted glass backsplash are a break from the white while keeping things light. For the backsplash the homeowners wanted something with minimal joints for easy cleaning. They considered large tiles but decided on the back-painted glass for an even cleaner look. Power outlets mounted beneath the cabinets keep the backsplash free and clear. Lero says the back-painted glass ended up being about the same price, if not cheaper, than a nice tile. “And it reacts to the light,” he says. “You can see cones of light. It changes color because of the reflections and translucency of the glass.”The back color was matched to Benjamin Moore’s Heather Gray, which is the wall paint in the adjacent family room. Not surprisingly, the couple looked at a lot of range hoods. They eventually landed on something minimalist and functional. A fan in the attic makes the slim addition powerful. More efficient storage was the main goal for the new cabinets. Here a pullout rack for spices and another for pots and pans keep things organized and easy to reach.