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What these kitchens, from Massachusetts to Ohio, have in common is a preference for antiqued surfaces and open storage. Bowl and plate racks, plain shelving, glass-fronted cabinets, and old cupboards with doors left open offer pretty and practical display.
Bendheim’s Cabinet Glass website brings homeowners more than 100 specialty glass varieties for doors, windows and cabinet inserts, including mouth-blown glass, chicken wire glass, patterned glass, etched glass, colored glass, fluted glass, decorative laminated glass, and more.