Kitchen: Cabinets, Windows & Tile

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Item# 6200
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Product Features

  • Give your kitchen an upgrade - patterns for glass windows, backsplash tile and cabinet doors
  • Themes range from Contemporary to Prairie to Southwest to Victorian to fit any taste
  • Add wonderful effects with beveled glass, fusing, etching, painting and direct method mosaics
  • Over 325 designs plus many full color photos to inspire your project


Product Description

Great Ideas for Your Cabinets and Windows
Give your kitchen an upgrade with art glass windows, backsplash tiles and cabinet doors. Anna Verbsky Sagami brings you exciting new ideas for the kitchen, featuring simple and elegant designs. Themes range from Contemporary to Prairie to Southwest to Victorian. Over 325 patterns will show you how to create wonderful effects with textured, beveled, fused, etched, and painted glass elements.
In addition to panels to update your cabinet doors, there's even a section on designing your own tile borders, great for kitchen back splashes. Find templates for fanciful cut glass designs, or get inspired with fused tile ideas to create a truly custom glass art kitchen.

Images from book. Artist and author Anna Verbsky Sagami. Song bird cabinet door by artist Michelle McDowell.

Delphi asked it's artist "What is your personal favorite stained glass book?"
"[Kitchen: Cabinets, Windows & Tile] This book is a great resource to use for designing any panel and updating your home!" – Julie Gaut

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