Your kitchen units play a huge role in your kitchen and can have an impact on the overall design. There are many designs for you to choose from, from traditional wood to acrylic and glass. Glass is a contemporary option that many homeowners are taking on board, and it’s clear why. Glass kitchen units are stylish, modern elegant and can complement almost any room design. They are a great option for smaller kitchens as they welcome extra light, resulting in a space that looks bigger and brighter.
Choosing Clear glass for your Glass Kitchen Units
There are many types of glass kitchen doors, one being clear glass. It is a simple design that matches any style you choose to have in your kitchen. What’s more, the biggest advantage of having clear glass kitchen units is that you can see exactly what you have in your cupboards. This means that all your utensils and kitchenware are where you can see them, making them easy to reach. This is also beneficial if you have beautiful crockery and glassware that you wish to display.
Opaque glass is great if you’re keen to let in more light, but you don’t want everything on show. It comes in a wide range of styles, from frosted to stained, and there is almost always a style to match your design. With opaque glass, you get a fresh, bright feel in the room while obscuring the contents of your units. With so many styles to choose from, you will have no trouble finding one to fall in love with.
Another option is to opt for camed glass doors. This glass is etched with a design of your choosing and can really give your kitchen a personal flair. You can choose from whatever is available, or you could consider investing in a bespoke design.
If camed glass isn’t your thing, you could also consider textured glass. This slightly rough style can come in either granite, cobblestoned or bevelled textures. These are a fantastic option for reflecting light around the room, and they look absolutely stunning in a wide range of kitchen designs.
Get the Perfect Kitchen with Euan Begg Kitchens and Bedrooms
We hope you found this guide useful and that you have a better idea of the kinds of glass units you could have in your kitchen. When you think you’re ready to welcome a new kitchen into your home, look no further than Euan Begg. We are happy to offer a free home design visit to show you the full potential of your space. Get in touch for more information.