Glass Cabinets in Creamy Painted Linen Project Traditional Style

CarltonPainted Linen Bisque Glaze

Style and grace are the first words to come to mind when looking at the kitchen pictured below. The design is built with traditional raised-panel cabinets finished in a creamy linen paint. An unusual design feature, the wall cabinets are trimmed with stacked crown molding at the top, then with a descending stack of molding at the bottom, creating a balanced, exceptionally decorative effect. The lower molding serves as a light rail, concealing under-cabinet light fixtures while allowing task lighting to fill the countertop. Black bow pulls and round knobs decorate the cabinet doors and drawers, and an oiled bronze rustic style faucet  draws attention to the window and its woodsy view. Above the sink a straight valance provides a visual bridge and conceals the over-sink light fixture, without drawing attention to itself. The peninsula, seen at the far right of the photo, is topped with glass peninsula cabinets with glass shelves and interior lights.

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glazed linen cabinets with raised panels, glass doors on the angle cabinet, inverted molding used as a light rail and stacked crown molding