Blog Cabin 2012: Living Room Pictures: A 12-foot-long pallet provided wood for cabinet fronts; hinges & knobs were sourced from the home's old kitchen cabinetry. "This is all pallet wood that someone would normally throw away," says Victoria. "We sanded it down & applied a clear matte coat of urethane." Inspiration.
These days, people want everything in their kitchen to look beautiful — including their appliances. Thanks to this growing trend, you'll see more concealed coffee stations, microwave drawers and refrigerators disguised with cabinet fronts, like this one. Click through for more stunning 2016 kitchen trends.
To make "custom" glass kitchen cabinet doors, just pry off the back wood part, have a piece of glass cut at the hardware store, attach with a heavy duty clear caulk. She used penny tile on the back of the cabinet.