Traditional glass-front cabinets have a wood frame with a glass center panel. Frameless glass-front cabinets have just one sheet of glass for the entire cabinet front. More contemporary in design, they create a sleek appearance with their decorative hinges and lack of hardware. by www.houzz.com
A pair of glass doors can add a designer touch to any kitchen. They can turn an ordinary cabinet into a decorative showcase or simply break up an otherwise monotonous row of solid doors. Using glass fronts on even few cabinets adds texture and visual interest to a kitchen.
Clear glass inserts on a row of cabinets helps this narrow food-prep area look more open. The glass cabinet fronts and the mirrored backsplash reflect light streaming in from a skylight above.