In a land where the open plan reigns supreme, it’s sometimes nice to mix it up a bit and that is exactly what we are doing today with this selection of glassy kitchens. While uninterrupted expanses of partition-less space can feel great and look beautiful, there are undeniable benefits to a certain degree of enclosure, especially when it comes to our kitchens. After all, these are rooms that can produce quite a bit of noise, heat, steam and of course, aromas – all of which can be minimized by by adding walls and doors (glass or otherwise). What is so beautiful about glass partitions is the visual benefit of almost having no walls at all and with options like the ones shown here… they can highlight your kitchen all the more by providing it with its very own shimmering display case.
Above photo via Cush.
Armadale residence designed by Hecker Guthrie. Photo by Marcel Aucar.
Kitchen design by The Netherlands based Arjaan Lodder Keukens & Interieur.
Kitchen featuring Københavns Møbelsnedkeri’s ‘Oldschool’ cabinetry.
Above 2: Carlton residence designed by Hecker Guthrie. Photo by Shannon McGrath.
Above 2: a gorgeous kitchen in Northern Spain. Photo via Nuevo Estilo.
Above 2: kitchen design by The Netherlands based Arjaan Lodder Keukens & Interieur.
Kitchen design by the Belgium based company Obumex.
Above 4: Kitchen design by The Netherlands based Arjan Lodder Keukens & Interieur.
So what do you think?! To glaze or not to glaze?