53,176 glass-front cabinetry Living Design Photos

J. Hettinger Interiors
7 Reviews
Atherton Project
The living room and kitchen of this charming guest house invites you to relax in front of the elegant fire place. Green accent pillows on the sofa compliment the unique corner chairs. Tucked away on the far side of the room is an efficient and cozy kitchenette.
Small space, great finish...luv front door!
small space in front of fire place, no walls
“Small space, great finish...luv front door!” — nyomie
Eisner Design LLC
8 Reviews
Eisner Design
hanging lights in front
front of the bedroom
Upstair nook wood and glass
“Nice shelving” — jwang018
Amanda Webster Design
Warm Contemporary
Love the fireplace, is it gas and open front? Where would I purchase?/Thank you!
It was a ventless gas that we took out the fake logs and used glass chips.
The materials are as follows : The walls are secret cabinetry make with walnut veneer and st steel reveals. The mantle is from a noce travertine slab and the stone slab panel
simple slab panels with recessed brushed metal laminate reveals between. You cannot tell from the picture, but some of the panels are actually cabinet fronts with hidden storage behind!
layout of the fireplace, replace fake logs with glass
“love the back” — sabrina09
RDM General Contractors
2 Reviews
Traditional Homes
IDEAL beam work idea with the middle skylights and front side windows bringing in natural light
Front room potential ceiling design.
Vault w/ Glass
“Vault w/ Glass” — geoff87
Applegate Tran Interiors
12 Reviews
Applegate Tran Interiors
enter the kitchen. The simple flush lines of the elegant cabinetry create a harmonious rhythm set off by glass, which has been hand etched in a pattern of leaves and branches that mimic the trees visible through the windows. The patterned glass is also used in the pantry door, and allows light from pantry
pantry windows to enter the kitchen. Located near the front entry to the condo, the bar counter, a large hardwood plank with a strong grain and deep color adds a striking textural element. On the second floor, changing the master bath was essential. The original layout with the bath tub and toilet
furniture arrangement for front of lr
“Floor” — Robertha M. Robbins
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Villa Terra
use of “crop lumber”. 15. FSC Certified Mill Work Extensive use of FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified sustainable lumber products for cabinetry, hardwood flooring, trim, etc. further protects the environment through third party monitoring and certification of the entire supply chain. 16.
convection current, thereby eliminating the need for an air conditioning system. 8. Passive Solar Design Use of extensive east and south facing glass, proper overhangs, high interior mass, deciduous grape vines on appropriately placed trellises, to passively heat the home in winter, and protect the
Reclaimed Materials Two antique reclaimed European stone fireplace mantles grace the family room and master bedroom fireplaces. Interior doors with glass knobs reclaimed from the original house located at the property. Two large terraces utilize used brick salvaged from at least 15 different locations
“Fireplace mantle” — pskzford
Martha's Vineyard Interior Design
4 Reviews
Falmouth Residence
e glass details. Make fire dance by adding glass accessories in front of and around the flames. Martha's Vineyard Interior Design did just that with colored glass jars for this house remodel.
The glass is a nice touch
Love the chairs, tables and glass jugs. In FR, remove light coffers and install 3 trusses and hang light from middle truss.
The light bar is modern yet goes with rustic fireplace! Like the juxtaposition of the glass bottles on hearth. Even like the big
3. Use glass details. Make fire dance by adding glass accessories in front of and around the flames. Martha's Vineyard Interior Design did just that with colored glass jars for this house remodel.
“Fireplace” — mamachacacha
Habitat Studio
14 Reviews
Belgravia Timber
Hi there, stained glass panels can be made custom by local artists that specialize in stained glass. In Edmonton, we'd recommend you check out http://fluxglass.ca/
just wondering where you would find the stained glass windows?
LOVE the glass bookshelves! Prob not good with our windows
Glass in the existing living room built in shelves
like the built-in glass shelving on both sides of the fireplace
Note the painted glass insets. Very art deco
“Paneled out” — Carrie Armstrong-Kukuda
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