Fluted glass kitchen cabinets are the new home must-have

fluted glass kitchen cabinets

Fluted glass, be it tableware, shower screens or lighting, has been a huge design focus in kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms. And I must admit, I do love the way it so simply elevates a space.

Now, there are even fluted wood panels to decorate your walls, plus clever ways to add this finish to your furniture such as a statement kitchen island, for example. But nothing beats fluted glass kitchen cabinets.

Georgina predicted this in her 2022 kitchen trends report. Plus, when I explored Milan’s Eurocucina I couldn’t take my eyes off of these textured cabinets.

If you are renovating and looking to buy a new kitchen, then why not opt for fluted glass cabinets? Perfect for both modern and classic interiors, this style look so elegant and brightens up any space.

And the best bit is that you don’t have to keep everything perfectly neat because the reeded pattern blurs the view inside. We all know how difficult it is to keep a storage cupboard organised, so no judging here.

Also, if you want to add a fluted finish to the glass cabinets you already have, then choose window film with a reeded effect to place on the door fronts – quick, easy and incredibly stylish.

So, I’ve rounded up some of my favourite designs that feature fluted glass kitchen cabinets to get you inspired and help you embrace this growing trend.

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fluted glass kitchen cabinets
Ledbury Studio kitchens start from £70,000.
Ledbury Studio design
Ledbury Studio kitchens start from £70,000.
fluted glass kitchen cabinets
Shaker kitchen from £28,000, John Lewis of Hungerford
Modern design from Roundhouse
Roundhouse Urbo and Metro kitchen in matt lacquer Farrow & Ball ‘Railings’, Taj Mahal worktop and splashback, and antique fluted brass glass doors. Interior Design and Interior Architecture by Twinning Design. Roundhouse kitchens start from £35,000. 
Scavolini design
Kitchen design featuring cabinets from Scavolini by Multiliving‘s DeLinea and Caraterre collections. From £20,000.
fluted glass kitchen cabinets
Pronorm kitchen in Platinum Grey Ultra Matt and Black Matt with fluted glass. Pronorm kitchens start from £12,000.
fluted glass kitchen cabinets
Heritage Furniture by Brant Design in a mix of Farrow & Ball finishes: Pavilion Grey, Treron & Down Pipe. Designed and installed by Brandt Design, the featured Heritage Furniture is priced from £25,000 with this completed project costing £70,000.
black fluted glass
Hockley Super Matt Marine Blue handleless kitchen with black fluted glass, price on application, Howdens.
fluted glass kitchen cabinets
The Renzo kitchen in Charred Japanese Wood and Character Oak Tobacco, from £10,000, Daval Furniture.
Scavolini design
Kitchen design featuring cabinets from Scavolini by Multiliving‘s DeLinea and Caraterre collections. From £20,000.
fluted glass kitchen cabinets
How elegant does this modern kitchen pantry by The Main Company look? Price on application.

In conclusion, fluted glass kitchen cabinets are the new, trendy must-have that can instantly upgrade your scheme and add plenty of interest. Whether you’re giving your kitchen a complete makeover or simply want to modernise your space, fluted glass is the way to go.

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