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Remodelista Reconnaissance: Fluted Glass Display Cabinets, High/Low Edition

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Remodelista Reconnaissance: Fluted Glass Display Cabinets, High/Low Edition

September 25, 2023

Is textural glass having a moment? We think so. (The receipts: Trend Alert: Fluted Glass for Just-Enough Transparency.)

A while back we spied twin display cabinets with glass doors in A 19th-Century Iron Foundry for a Still-Life Photographer; delving into finding the source, we came up with two options: high and low. Behold:

The Sighting

we spied the twin glass cabinets in a \19th century iron foundry for a still li 17
Above: We spied the twin glass cabinets in A 19th-Century Iron Foundry for a Still-Life Photographer, Transformed by Ravi Raj Architecture, where they flank the dining table within the soaring space. Photograph by Nick Glimenakis, courtesy of Ravi Raj Architect.
another glimpse. photograph by nick glimenakis, courtesy of ravi raj architect. 18
Above: Another glimpse. Photograph by Nick Glimenakis, courtesy of Ravi Raj Architect.

The Source

the ferm living haze vitrine has reeded glass doors; it&#8\2\17;s \$\2,\239 19
Above: The Ferm Living Haze Vitrine has reeded glass doors; it’s $2,239 from Ferm Living.
and a budget option: the retro style fluted glass high cabinet with dual doors  20
Above: And a budget option: The Retro-Style Fluted Glass High Cabinet with Dual Doors is $472 from Home Depot.

Have another source? Let us know in the comments.

And for more design details, sourced, see:

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