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LANGTON TALL GLASS DOORS IN PAINTED GRAVEL

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ISALA GLASS DOORS IN DARK ELM

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GRESHAM GLASS DOORS IN PAINTED CHAMOIS

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STOWE GLASS DOORS IN PORCELAIN

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MALMÖ LETTERBOX GLASS DOORS IN GLOSS PORCELAIN

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TETBURY MULLIONED GLASS DOORS IN NATURAL OAK

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WITH DECADES OF KITCHEN DESIGN EXPERTISE, WE KNOW THAT THE SMALLER DETAILS CAN HAVE A KEY IMPACT ON THE OVERALL SCHEME AND GLASS DOORS ARE ONE OF OUR CURRENT OBSESSIONS.

With these kitchen stalwarts witnessing a resurgence by being warmly welcomed in traditional and highly modern kitchens alike. Maybe it is the straightforward textural benefits that they bring – adding interest and light to a design. Think about using contrasting colours to set your glass door against your cabinet; typically lighter to add interior depth and colour distinction.

Whether in a simple frame or decoratively mullioned, they can effortlessly be used to inject additional character into a classic scheme or an eclectic tweak against a modern door style. Especially appealing is our availability of made to measure sizes, so why not incorporate some feature pieces such as decorative glass top boxes or elegantly proportioned banks of glass cabinets.

More minimalist kitchens are similarly embracing glass, tapping in to architectural letterbox shapes to offer suggestive glimpses into cabinets and opaque glazing for subtle texture.

But above all it seems to be a behavioural trend that is driving the popularity of glass doors and dressers. Homeowners want to proudly – and often creatively – display glassware and dinnerware, whether they are a hoarder of vintage favourites or a collector of co-ordinated cookware.


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