Kitchens Make a Fashionable Statement with Bendheim Cabinet Glass
The translucent trend sweeping through the fashion world is making its way into kitchen design. Our decorative cabinet glass is becoming a popular choice among interior designers and homeowners. It offers a contemporary design aesthetic delivering clean lines, transparency, and flow of light.
Interior design trends are heavily influenced by today’s fashion. Most recently, the growing use of translucency in haute couture has translated into increasing demand for stylish glass in kitchen cabinets, partition walls, and doors. Decorative cabinet glass inserts make a design statement all their own. They also allow the display of objects such as fine china – adding texture and a lively pop of color.
The demand for our cabinet glass has more than tripled since we launched our e-collection in 2007. Authentic mouth-blown glass is one of the most sought-after glass families, echoing a growing appreciation for artisanal hand-made products. Each piece is handmade at the end of a blowpipe by the Lamberts glass masters in Germany, using centuries old techniques. The skilled glass craftsmen work together in a tightly choreographed ballet of tasks to create this one-of-a-kind design material. For more information about the process, please visit: https://bendheim.com/video/mouth-blown-art-glass/
“Artisanal hand-made products are very influential in millennial design,” said Steven Jayson, Vice President of Bendheim. “Homeowners and design professionals are excited about our mouth-blown cabinet glass because of its unique design story and ability to bring together old and new.”
Our most requested cabinet glass designs include the following:
- Mouth-Blown Soft Seeded
- Mouth-Blown Clear Seedy
- Mouth-Blown Reamy
- Wavy Chicken Wire
- Pyramid Textured Glass
- Italian Satin Fibers Glass
For more information about glass for the home, please visit: http://www.bendheimcabinetglass.com/
Bendheim is one of the world’s foremost resources for specialty architectural glass. Founded in New York City in 1927, the fourth-generation, family-owned company offers a virtually unlimited range of in-stock and custom architectural glass varieties. Bendheim develops, fabricates, and distributes its products worldwide. The company maintains production facilities in New Jersey and an extensive showroom in New York City