Painted and Wood KitchenTraditional Kitchen, Burlington
Designed by Sally Ross
Photograph by George Ross
What Houzz contributors are saying:
7. Glass cabinet fronts. Update old cabinets by having several of the doors replaced with glass fronts. This costs far less than replacing full cabinets and can completely change the look and feel of your kitchen. Remember, whatever is in the new glass-front cabinets will be visible at all times, so choose just a few cabinet fronts to replace and commit to keeping the interiors orderly.8 ways to work glass into your kitchen cabinetsCabinet paint: October Mist; wall paint: Cameo White, both by Benjamin Moore
Unfitted and off on its own. If you have a quirky space and don't really have the option of having symmetrical wall cabinets on both sides, an unfitted dish rack cabinet is a great way to get storage without having to force the symmetry issue. This solution allows you to have your cake and eat it too: the cabinet itself is symmetrical, but it's not symmetrical to the overall space.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Love these three colors together and think this combo would work well w/colors in FR and DR rug; however, dark upper wood cab. works because of glass, which in theory we don't want. Solid dark wood upper cabinet over lower, lighter-cover cabinet might appear too heavy.