Kitchen Cabinets - Glass Inserts?
I am doing a kitchen remodel and am wondering if I should add some "glass" to the upper cabinet doors. My kitchen is VERY small (about 10x10). The cabinets will be white or possibly gray (like Michelle16!) and a shaker style.
Here is a breakdown of my layout and hopefully the pictures I've posted will help illustrate. (I am almost embarrassed to post these pics, but oh well! My kitchen is currently gutted. These are my OLD cabs! The sketches illustrate the new cabs.)
- In the corners to the left and right of the sink, the cabinets will be angled
- To the immediate left of the window, instead of a cabinet, will be open shelving
- To the left of the frig will be double doors
- To the right of the micro will be a single door
My dilemma(s) is this ...
- With my limited cabinet space, most of it would be taken up with the "necessities" vs. pretty display things, therefore do I do any glass at all? Maybe just the angled doors?
- If I do glass, should I do just the upper third of some? If so, which ones? And would this look funny since the frame would require a rail going across while the other doors would not?
- Then there is always just doing solid doors for all.
Hope this all makes sense! :) Thanks in advance for your feedback!