Your dishware can become a decor element if you choose to display it in an interesting fashionGlass can be combined with a variety of other materials to create contrasts and to highlight certain design elementsAn interesting option is to have all the cabinets feature glass panels instead of solid doors, even the lower sectionsTinted glass can look really glamorous, adding a touch of color to a neutral kitchen decor.
Amazingly, are still a thing, even so long after glass furniture stopped being popular. That’s because glass never really stops being popular and appreciated for its unique qualities. In the kitchen, cabinets with glass fronts or shelves are liked for their transparency and the fact that they frame items nicely, putting them on display without exposing them entirely. Of course, if you’re not a fan of transparency in your decor, there are other types of glass to choose from.
Textured glass is quite similar to frosted glass in the sense that it blurs the contents of the cabinets but doesn’t hide it allDepending on the pattern you choose, textured glass can be more or less transparentSure, you can still clearly see what’s behind the glass but the textured finish makes the silhouettes less clear.
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