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Use the back of the cabinet to add some additional texture or color. In this black and white kitchen, the two upper cabinets with glass doors and the display cabinet to the right of the refrigerator are given special attention with a splash of lemon yellow inside.
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.
Use opaque glass for a completely different look. Few designers and even fewer homeowners have taken the risk is using an opaque glass in their designs. However, it can do something that neither translucent glass nor wood can do — it provides a super durable, high gloss surface. In this black and white kitchen, the reflective nature of the black glass uppers helps keep them from being too heavy. Besides, they're hot!
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