3. Cut out center of cabinet door and add glass. I had no idea how simple this would be! We just cut out the center panels then took the doors to a glass place (I'm sorry, I really don't know what else to call it!) and they installed a pane of glass in each. The best part is that it only cost 20 bucks for the two of them!
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Drawers instead of cabinets below...easier storage! I really like this idea!
glass cabinets and beadboard backsplash
Cabinets with glass-paneled doors and interior lighting create the illusion of a window, giving the space an open, airy feel. The glass fronted dish closet is at the top of wish list: allows for an unhindered view of all dishes at once and makes it easy to see what you have. Keep wares neat and neutral to reduce visual clutter.