I’ve been sitting on this DIY Glass Cabinet Doors project for almost two months now. And, why, you might ask? Because I wrote it for The Home Depot’s The Apron Blog!
This was the first project I did in our new house and I love how it came out. It added a pretty factor to the built-ins in our kitchen eating area, and also gave me tons of dust-free storage for glassware, serving dishes, and other kitchen odds and ends.
The post went live yesterday, so you can hop over and read all about how you can turn open shelving into glass cabinet doors yourself.
Kristin Cadwallader says
How exciting you are working with HD! I will have to check it out!! xo Kristin
Thanks, Kristin! IT was a fun project, for sure :)
That looks absolutely amazing! Headed over to read in more detail!
Jen- this is ingenious! Such a simple idea but one I’m definitely drawn to since I spend so much time dusting it’s ridick! More time styling these shelves and never having to dust…oman where do I sign up?!
Peace. Love. LOL!
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Tell me about it – the household dusting always gets the best of me. Anything to cut that down, I am on board!
Cassie Bustamante says
WOW_ those are amazing!!! you are a diy rock star.
Haha – well that is very nice :) Thanks!
sarah m dorsey says
Love these!! Heading over now!
Julia @cuckoo4design says
Such a great way to update the shelves. Pinned and heading over!
Thanks so much, Julia!
kelly @ view along the way says
GORGEOUS! I can’t believe what a difference that made. Heading over to read more now!
You are crazy. How on earth are you so talented??? I can’t for the life of me ever imagine a world where I could build something like this. Great job!
Bethany DeVore says
Heading over to read it now! It adds such a nice touch!
This is absolutely beautiful!!! I am really going to do this! May I ask if there was a specific reason that I’m not thinking of for putting the opening direction closest to the wall instead of out to the center of the room?
Yes, there’s a reason! I had made the doors completely before I realized I hadn’t left enough room for the edge of the door against the wall to clear it when it opened on the hinge. So I had to either rebuild the doors or flip them…and flipping them was the route I took :)