Kitchens Make a Fashionable Statement with Bendheim Cabinet Glass

Aspen, CO residence of Monique Agnew Architecture. Laminated glass “Snow White” and etched glass “Satin Fibers” from Bendheim. Photo by Francis Dzikowski / OTTO.

Homeowners and design professionals are excited about our hand-blown cabinet glass due to its unique design history and ability to bring old and new together.

The translucent trend that runs through the fashion world is finding its way into kitchen design. Bendheim’s decorative cabinet glass is becoming increasingly popular with interior designers and homeowners. It offers a contemporary design aesthetic with clear lines, transparency and flow of light.

Interior design trends are heavily influenced by today’s fashion. Recently, the increasing use of translucency in haute couture has led to an increasing demand for stylish glass in kitchen cabinets, partitions and doors. Decorative cabinet glass inserts make a very unique design statement. They also allow objects like fine china to be displayed, adding texture and a vibrant pop of color.

The demand for Bendheim’s cabinet glass has more than tripled since the e-collection was launched in 2007. Authentic hand-blown glass is one of the most sought-after glass families and reflects the growing appreciation for handcrafted products. Each piece is handcrafted at the end of a blowpipe by the Lamberts glass masters in Germany using centuries-old techniques. The skilled glass artisans work together in a closely choreographed ballet of assignments to create this unique design material. Further information on the process can be found at: https://bendheim.com/video/mouth-blown-art-glass/

“Artisanal handcrafted products are a huge influence on millennial design,” said Steven Jayson, vice president of Bendheim. “Homeowners and design professionals are excited about our hand-blown cabinet glass because of its unique design history and ability to bring old and new together.”

Bendheim’s most sought-after cabinet glass designs include the following:

For more information on Bendheim glass for the home, visit: http://www.bendheimcabinetglass.com/

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