Help!!!! Inset cab question
My kitchen remodel is underway. I have white painted inset cabinetry - which I love. I decided to go the concealed hinge route as I wanted a "clean" look. I have two tall glass front doors and have an upper row of glass cabinets going across the top (9 ft ceilings). The hinges are obviously noticeable in the glass front cabinets. I knew they would be but I guess I am just taken aback by how much I notice them. Or is it something that I will get used to once things actually get put into the cabinets? I'm considering having them taken down and getting exposed hinges (although I really don't want to).
Anyone else have glass front inset cabinets with concealed hinges? What do you think? Can you post pictures??