53,201 door stained glass Kitchen Design Photos

Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
1 Review
Casa Recanati, Macerata - Italy
Ideabooks2,173
Questions3
pantry door could be in chalkboard
thinking of painting the glass on our doors?
I like the use of the doors as chalkboards inside the room
this style, but espresso frame, and a smoky glass
Love this for door into sun room
Light fixtures and framed barn doors
Love these glass light fixtures.
Sliding doors chalk board kitchen
chalk board on barn door
lights. surfaces. door
Chalkboard barn doors
framed chalkboard barn doors
Entrance to addition door idea
Barn door...Sliding door...Sliding doors...Nice doors...Chalkboard doors...Glass in doors...Like doors...barn doors...door style/color...The barn door
“Big fan of the top-mount hardware.” — 509freckles
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
Ideabooks1,669
Questions2
What type of wood species and stain are the cabinets made of? Thanks!
Wood for warmth, sliding glass exterior wall
Like how glass opens to outide
The sliding doors, position of kitchen in morning, plus those stairs
kitchen design and glass doors stacked
Sliding doors to kitchen and alfresco
big sliding glass doors
glass door...Opening glass door...sliding doors...open doors...stacked glass doors...sliding doors
“love modern style and still earthy” — psobrero
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks2,003
Questions4
no door and extra wide door frame
like the wooden entrance - without door
lines of drawers, cupboards - wooden door detail
What a great idea…so glad Leanne thought of it!! Remove the door and open up the space.
Keep the best and ditch the rest. Keep only the best knives, your favorite set of glasses, the most adorable teakettle, the most
favorite set of glasses, the most adorable teakettle, the most frequently used kitchen tools and so on. Be ruthless about purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious
favorite set of glasses, the most adorable teakettle, the most frequently used kitchen tools and so on. Be ruthless about purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious.
“wall lamp” — Nicole Mendoza
Celia James
3 Reviews
long kitchen
Ideabooks2,701
Questions3
Does anyone know where you can get tambour doors like in this picture?
how deep are the cabinets with the tambor doors?
Would we use this? Makes for clean look - Tambour doors. Also known as a garage door, the tambour door is perfect for hiding
tambour/garage doors same purpose as flipup door
Interesting tambour doors. Like the accent
Tambour doors. Also known as a garage door, the tambour door is perfect for hiding small appliances used on a daily basis — like the blender, coffee maker or toaster. The door usually opens from top to bottom (some open from side to side), sliding up and down on a track inside the cabinet. Thin horizontal
horizontal strips of wood with a fabric backing allow the wood to roll over the inside top of the cabinet when the door is open.
“tambour door” — rosaritoperez
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Breakfast Room
Ideabooks478
Questions1
I like the glass display shelves
retain opening of wall from kitchen to family room with glass pocket door of kitchen access to
glass shelves in extra space- family room
is this the door for the den?
sliding door into guest/den and glass shelves at end of hallway
glass shelves with art
wood glass pocket door
glass door wooden frame
pocket door - shelves
pocket door for kitchen?
glass shelves vs wood
glass doors...glass door...sliding glass door...glass pocket door...glass shelves...pocket door...sliding door...Like glass door...note sliding door...glass door...glass shelving...pocket door...sliding door
“backsplash - glass” — ls_matteau
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Sink View
Ideabooks8,483
Questions15
What kind of textured glass was used for the cabinets?
The glass is seedy glass. We get it from the local glass company. Sometimes it is called Seeded Glass. You will find that they sometimes also have something called "Seedy Swirl" (which is a heavier pattern), and they often have a light seedy as well as a heavy seedy glass. We usually go
only say that either option you describe could work, depending upon the final effect you're after. I've done a painted black (or dark-stained) island with a dark-stained kitchen, with a white painted kitchen, and (as you can see in this photo) with an ivory paint w/glaze kitchen. If possible, could you
go for the lightest pattern because in a traditional kitchen such as this one, we are looking for a handmade, antique look, not a fancy-glass look.
“SINK” — Kay Moore
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Ideabooks2,187
Questions8
project corrects these deficits, lifting the height of the space over the kitchen and dining rooms and lining the rear facade with a series of 9' high doors, opening to the deck and the hillside beyond.
How does one adhere the glass backsplash to the wall a Nd what kind of paint is used on the glass?
input on back painted glass from Accent Shower. Another option to the back painted glass to consider is also using high gloss acrylic walls. They are harder than the glass, easier to work with in the field while installing and usually a bit more cost effective. The back painted glass has the advantage though
It is a custom backpainted glass panel we designed. Neal
walnut cabinets and glass backsplash ... no grout!
“granite with walnut cabinet” — Debby Sprechman
Steve Bailey - Amish Custom Kitchens
5 Reviews
Amish Custom Kitchens - Traditional
Ideabooks4,681
Questions4
i love the look of the cabinets. can someone tell me what wood species and stain color it is? thank you
Quarter Sawn Red Oak - custom stain
Another nice stained kitchen with light tile flooring.
like the color of this stain and the size of the high part of the cabinets.
Glass cabinet doors and cabinet color
“Kelly likes the layout” — lgskds
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