glass-front cabinets with vintage details
Photo: Alise O'Brien
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Glass-Front Cabinets

The divided-light doors came from a dismantled display at a kitchen and bath showroom. "If we didn't take them, they were going to be trashed," says Mark, who built plywood cabinet carcasses to match the doors' dimensions. White 100-percent-acrylic semigloss enamel unifies the parts. While not free, cast-off doors go for as little as $10 each at Habitat for Humanity ReStore outlets.
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