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5 Great Etched Glass Patterns to Incorporate into Kitchen Cabinets | Falls Church, VA

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Spend any amount of time on Pinterest or flipping through magazines and it’s easy to see that glass front kitchen cabinets are all the rage these days. Some people are opting to go with beveled or textured glass. Other interior designers seem to prefer frosted, stained or etched glass patterns. With that in mind, here are five great patterns to consider during your next kitchen remodel:

1.) Apple Blossoms

Glass etched with images of apple blossoms have long been a favorite among homemakers. For proof, just take a peek at Depression era glass. Of course you don’t have to restrict the etchings to apple blossoms. Dogwoods, cherry blossoms, crepe myrtle and magnolias would look lovely too.

2.) Chantilly Lace

For a soft and feminine touch, consider outfitting your kitchen cabinets’ glass doors with images of Chantilly lace. It’s a widely recognized, distinctly French design from 17th century Paris. So you may want to pair it with an Old World island, wooden chairs, wicker baskets, farm-style sinks and metal pot racks.

3.) Grape Clusters

If you already have a wine rack in your home’s kitchen or plan on adding one soon, consider decorating the cabinetry glass doors with images of grape clusters. The clusters would work well with a variety of interior design schemes include Greek, Spanish and Tuscan.

4.) Roses

Prefer Old English or Tudor-style designs? Then glass fronts etched with roses are sure to please. There are various ways to incorporate the roses into the glass door panels. For instance, you could opt to go with miniature tea rose buds or images of large, luscious blooms and delicate leaves.

5.) Personal Monogram

Lastly, personal monograms remain popular with fans of vintage designs. So you may want to think about outfitting your kitchen’s glass cabinet doors and backsplash with one, two or three letter monograms. Just remember to choose a font that is legible and fits in with your kitchen’s overall design scheme.

To learn more about obtaining customized, etched glass doors for your home’s kitchen or dining room, please contact us today. At Hutchison Glass & Mirror, we’ve been helping people personalize their space since 1920.

        

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