Since the background noise has been dialed back down to normal, it's given me time to think. Since my brain is on design
Here, we have cabinet fronts with white painted glass inserts. So unique. Clean lines and still manages to hide what's behind the doors. Bonus!
Know what I love most about glass panels? No grout lines. They're said to be super easy to clean and maintain. Again...bonus!
Is this the next big thing? Glass tiles have certainly become mainstream, with big box stores carrying them a dime a dozen. How long 'til we start seeing this option becoming readily available and more affordable? Soon, I hope.
It definitely lends itself to a more modern/contemporary feel, but done right, I think it could easily be mixed in with traditional elements for a killer kitchen.
For those of you who love color, don't fret, certain manufacturers offer over 4,000 colors. Wow!
Back painted glass isn't just for kitchens. Check out the impact it makes in bathrooms, too.
So, what are your thoughts? Are you a fan? Do you think it'd be a finger print nightmare like our lovely stainless steal appliances or would it be a welcomed change?