Stained glass in kitchen or other cabinet doors brings color and art into the room while lightening the weight of the cabinets in the room design. It can allow you to see the contents and yet disguise the stark look of stacked plates, or with more opaque glass, hide the contents entirely. Almost any stained glass pattern can be modified to fit into cabinet doors and turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.
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The maple kitchen cabinets in the first six pictures below were made by local cabinet maker/artisan Robert Schenk. His carefully crafted cabinet doors provide a perfect frame for our stained glass work. The glass used is subtle shades of baroque, with beveled and cord glass accents, and metal sculpture overlay.
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Detail of left cabinet
Detail of right cabinet
Cabinet doors before installation...
showing the detail and
colors of the glass design.
Daffodil cabinet doors
This cabinet was created for
who loves the northwest
native madrone tree.
A single rose adorns this cabinet door
Right hand doors before installation
Left hand doors before installation
The kitchen cabinets below were created for a television studio set for a cooking show. The show aired in the Fall 2006 season.
Overview of the kitchen set
Stained glass cabinet doors
Close-up of doors
Detail of glass
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