23 Jun. 2009|
Making glass front cabinet doors,make floating shelf brackets,master wood carving tools,wooden dowel christmas tree - Plans Download
Never just for windows, glass can create amazing and unique interiors, becoming an integral part of the decor and ambience of your home or office.
Anderson Glass Company installs commercial storefronts and windows that add beauty, protection and energy efficiency. Kristin, over at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia, has an amazing step-by-step guide for converting solid wood doors to glass front.
If you're even remotely handy with power tools (or can bribe someone who is), you can add glass to your existing solid cabinet doors.
Simply cut the middle panel out of the door, add trim to cover the rough cuts, insert glass (cut to size at a hardware store or glass shop), and, lastly, glue the glass into place!
Once you've cut your door, there's no going back so you're going to be married to this look for a long time coming! Although, I admit, I think this project would only work with painted doors, as I'm sure there will be a lot of scuffing and chipping that will require touch-up. After letting the glue dry overnight, you can add mirror clips or trim to the back of the door to give the glass a little added security.