Glass can add interesting shapes and designs to an otherwise boring door.
Want to upgrade your kitchen but don’t have the time or money to gut the room and start from scratch? That’s a position a lot of us find ourselves in. You’ve probably decide to settle for repainting it and you’re now agonizing over the right color choice.
That’s a good first step. But for an easy way to have a big impact and change the style and mood of the kitchen, look a bit further. Look at the doors. Not just the cabinet doors. The other doors – the door to the outside and (depending on your architecture), the one into the rest of the house and the pantry door. As productsinsider.com says, “Updating one or two of those plain slabs is a fairly simple way to add visual interest to a room. And judging by the unique new products and creative installations that have popped up on our radar lately, more and more designers are turning the humble interior door into an aesthetic centerpiece.”
One easy way to do that is to add glass. A glass door to the outside, lets light into the room. And a glass door to the pantry can help elevate the design even more, productsinsider.com says. If you don’t want a door made entirely of glass, then mix materials – wood and glass, metal and glass. If you don’t want clear glass, then think frosted, etched, bubbly, reeded. And if you don’t like the traditional square or rectangular bit of glass, make curves. Your imagination is the only limit.
And when you decide, or if you need help deciding, which of the many options to choose, call Don’s Mobile Glass. We have more than 50 years’ experience in all phases of the glass industry, from residential and commercial to automotive. We work with homeowners, business owners, designers, architects and builders to give you a custom piece that will make your kitchen (or living room, bedroom, bathroom, office, wherever) lose its blahs.