Over the weekend my hubby installed the glass into our upper kitchen cabinets. This literally saved us hundreds of dollars by completing this simple task ourselves. The cabinet maker wanted to charge us close to $100 to PER CABINET for each glass insert. Having done this ourselves in our last kitchen remodel we asked for the cabinets to be delivered glass ready. You know how much it cost us to have 4 pieces of glass cut? $14.40, We saved about $400, CRAZY!
Take your door to a glass shop, and have the glass cut to fit the door.
Add a bead of silicone on the back of the cabinet door around the entire groove where the glass will lay.
Carefully insert the glass into frame, pressing glass firmly. Wipe excess silicone off of glass.
Add another bead of silicone ontop of the glass around the outer edges and smear with finger and wipe off excess.
Allow to dry and hang your door back up.
****If you are adding glass to a larger cabinet I would suggest securing the glass with clips placed 12 inches apart.
With these easy step-by-step instructions, anyone can quickly and inexpensively add glass inserts. If you would like to see how we added glass to our original kitchen and cut out the panels you can find that post here.
Meanwhile our quartzite is being fabricated right now and we should have it installed next week. I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am!
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Happy Monday and welcome! Last week’s party was so much fun, I especially loved all the Spring inspiration! If you missed my features you can find them right here like these beautiful daffodils.
Make sure to stop over to Domestically Speaking’s Inspire Me Monday Features and Sand and Sisal’s 5 Inspiring Spring and Easter Projects. (Here is a little teaser for you)
Wowza, what a wonderful party Inspire Me Monday has turned out to be! So many fabulous projects, recipe’s decor and lots of Spring goodies, take a look!
Craftberry Bush is giving us three creative ways to age terra cotta pots!
A reader of our’s, Karen had contacted us awhile back asking about our kitchen hood. So I was ecstatic when she recently sent us pictures of her mother’s finished kitchen! They ended up doing a major renovation with new cabinets as well as having walls knocked out.
Happy Monday and welcome! Last week’s party was so much fun and I was so impressed with all the wonderful links! If you missed the features you can find them right here. I’ll give you a little teaser of all the fabulous inspiration you will find like this gorgeous Easter vignette from Confetti Sunshine.
Stop over to Sand and Sisal’s for her 5 Inspiring DIY Projects and Domestically Speaking’s Inspire Me Monday 1st Features!
Remember, you only have to link up once to to be seen on all three sites. All three of us; Kim from Sand and Sisal, Maryann from Domestically Speaking and myself have been busy pinning many of your fabulous projects which means lots of extra exposure for YOU!
I have had so much fun looking through all the links from Inspire Me Monday. Talk about talent, wow, thank you to everyone who linked up!
Nest of Bliss has a tutorial up on how to build sliding barn doors, are those gorgeous or what!