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see the glass front upper cabinets in rear? i would like to skip the base- put my possum belly cabinet on wheels- store it beneath these great display cabinets- yet be able to use it for an island when necessary! these cabinets would not even have to matc

How do you brighten up a windowless interior kitchen? Gambrel added a skylight. “I looked for reflective materials—custom-made glass tiles for the walls, glass-fronted cabinets, and beautiful lacquered floors—that would react to that filtered light,” he says. “The space feels fresh and happy, and you can see the clouds passing over when you look up.”

How do you brighten up a windowless interior kitchen? Gambrel added a skylight. “I looked for reflective materials—custom-made glass tiles for the walls, glass-fronted cabinets, and beautiful lacquered floors—that would react to that filtered light,” he says. “The space feels fresh and happy, and you can see the clouds passing over when you look up.”

I love the fact that they took advantage of every bit of space by adding these beautiful glass front cabinets.

I love the fact that they took advantage of every bit of space by adding these beautiful glass front cabinets.

Rustic, black, glass fronted cabinets: Worn appearance reads as antique, white interior opens space visually, and glass fronts allow cabinets to showcase china and service pieces-the art in a kitchen.

Rustic, black, glass fronted cabinets: Worn appearance reads as antique, white interior opens space visually, and glass fronts allow cabinets to showcase china and service pieces-the art in a kitchen.

How do you brighten up a windowless interior kitchen? Gambrel added a skylight. “I looked for reflective materials—custom-made glass tiles for the walls, glass-fronted cabinets, and beautiful lacquered floors—that would react to that filtered light,” he says. “The space feels fresh and happy, and you can see the clouds passing over when you look up.”

How do you brighten up a windowless interior kitchen? Gambrel added a skylight. “I looked for reflective materials—custom-made glass tiles for the walls, glass-fronted cabinets, and beautiful lacquered floors—that would react to that filtered light,” he says. “The space feels fresh and happy, and you can see the clouds passing over when you look up.”

Glass-Front Alternative  Love the look of glass-front cabinets, but aren?t so sure you want your cabinet?s contents completely visible? Try opaque or frosted glass instead, which gives off the same light look as transparent glass, but still conceals the interior.

Glass-Front Alternative Love the look of glass-front cabinets, but aren?t so sure you want your cabinet?s contents completely visible? Try opaque or frosted glass instead, which gives off the same light look as transparent glass, but still conceals the interior.

How do you brighten up a windowless interior kitchen? Gambrel added a skylight. “I looked for reflective materials—custom-made glass tiles for the walls, glass-fronted cabinets, and beautiful lacquered floors—that would react to that filtered light,” he says. “The space feels fresh and happy, and you can see the clouds passing over when you look up.”

How do you brighten up a windowless interior kitchen? Gambrel added a skylight. “I looked for reflective materials—custom-made glass tiles for the walls, glass-fronted cabinets, and beautiful lacquered floors—that would react to that filtered light,” he says. “The space feels fresh and happy, and you can see the clouds passing over when you look up.”

How do you brighten up a windowless interior kitchen? Gambrel added a skylight. “I looked for reflective materials—custom-made glass tiles for the walls, glass-fronted cabinets, and beautiful lacquered floors—that would react to that filtered light,” he says. “The space feels fresh and happy, and you can see the clouds passing over when you look up.”

How do you brighten up a windowless interior kitchen? Gambrel added a skylight. “I looked for reflective materials—custom-made glass tiles for the walls, glass-fronted cabinets, and beautiful lacquered floors—that would react to that filtered light,” he says. “The space feels fresh and happy, and you can see the clouds passing over when you look up.”

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