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|Product details||Name||qinhuangdao new design frosted kitchen cabinet door glass|
|Other names||frosted glass|
|Thinckness||3.8mm.4mm, 4.5mm, 4.8mm.5mm, 6mm.8mm.10mm.etc|
1.Wash the float glass by clear water.
2.Frosted the float glass
3.Washed by the clear water again.
1.Interlays paper between two sheets.
2.Packing in standard wooden crates.
3.About 10-12 crates in a 20" container,which weight 23-25 ton
For domestic and commercial decoration:
-Inerior door glass
-Shower room glass
-Shower door glass
-Wardrobe door glass
-Decoration Door glass
-Easy to clean
-providing privacy without sacrificing natural light
-Rich and colorful pattern to choose
-Perfect matching with other designs in the room
Add a touch of class to your kitchen cabinets with glass front doors. Glass cabinet doors provide sparkle to
kitchens of any style, from ultra-modern to country chic. Find out
how to make display items pop and discover various options that
will help you choose the right style of glass front cabinets for
Where to Put Glass Cabinet Doors
Glass front cabinet doors most commonly appear on upper level
cabinets. Practical reasons for this include:
- They are more easily seen.
- Heavier pots and pans stored in lower cabinets typically aren't
- Lower cabinets are more susceptible to bumps and bangs and run a
higher risk of being damaged.
Where to Place Upper Glass Cabinets
Whether or not to have all upper kitchen cabinet doors in glass is
a personal choice and some kitchens have them. However, many
designers and homeowners alike opt for the less is more approach,
designating only a few cabinets as accent pieces with glass doors.
Common areas for glass cabinet doors include:
- Corner cabinets
- End cabinets
- Cabinets framing the stove or kitchen sink
- Peninsula cabinets
- Small top cabinets, between the upper cabinets and ceiling
Lower Glass Cabinets
Occasionally, you can find lower cabinets with glass doors that
face out into other rooms, like onkitchen bars or buffets. You may want to consider a more durable material such as
plexiglass for lower cabinets, which is still very attractive and
better equipped to handle the inevitable contact from feet and
knees of those sitting at the counter.
Types of Glass
The type of glass used on cabinet fronts has a dramatic effect on
the look of the entire kitchen, just as the cabinets do. The type
of glass chosen and any decorative design elements, such as
mullions, should complement the style of the cabinetry and the
overall style of the kitchen.
Transparent or Clear
Just as the name implies, transparent glass offers crystal-clear
views of items inside cabinets. This type of glass can be used with
any cabinet or kitchen style and keeps the focus on the decorative
items placed inside. For a clean, simple aesthetic, use single flat
panels of tempered glass to guard against breakage.
- Find clear glass cabinet door inserts in the classic section, among
other decorative glass options, in wood and aluminum frames atMerillat.
Leaded and Stained Glass
Leaded glass used in cabinet doors creates a look of timeless tradition.
Similar to stained glass panels, leaded glass panels are held
together by lead, copper or zinc cames, which are thin strips of
metal that form a pattern. Commonly featured in historic buildings
throughout America, this artisan style glass is a hallmark of
Craftsman style homes.