March 19, 2019

Kitchen Cabinet Update

A while ago, I decided to remove one of the doors from our upper kitchen cabinets so that I could display some of my favorite dishes. Naturally, my husband thought I was insane and rolled his eyes at the whole idea. He was convinced that I would absolutely hate it after a couple of days. I actually lived with it doorless for several months and was just fine with it. But then, last week, a lightbulb went off in my overthinking head….

So I popped into a local glass company to see if they might be able to help me make my vision come to life. Rather than ordering a whole new door with a glass front, I asked them to cut out the front of the door and put in a piece of seeded glass. They said absolutely and had the whole project completed in less than two days!

I am LOVING the vintage feel of the seeded glass and the character it brings to our kitchen! Such an inexpensive way to warm up this space!

This little project has me thinking about all the many possibilities for our pantry door now! My mind is ALWAYS churning, you know….

  1. Von Sica says:

    I was thinking of doing that to a swinging door between the kitchen and dining. It is a solid door and it would let me see if someone is standing on the other side! Always my fear !

  2. Dana says:

    What a great idea!

  3. Lindsay Clark says:

    The seeded glass is so beautiful! Perfect touch of class and vintage feels. I would have never thought of this. Your overthinking head is genius. This definitely makes me want to try the same thing once I finish painting kitchen cabinets in my home. Plus! It makes it so much easier to see what’s in the cabinets and more motivation to keep them organized.

    • says:

      Thank you so much! I love the look of it & would like to do this to our pantry door as well! Would love to see yours if you do it!

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