When I saw the above glass-front cabinet at a flea market , I knew I had to have it. I just didn’t know where it would live (the life-long dilemma for a designer). Eventually it ended up in our wonderful client’s primary bath in New Jersey, before making its way to the pictured living room in Austin, TX.
From towels and sundries, to books and objects, the glass front nature paired with the luxe wood interior puts displayed items in their best light. From vintage to vintage-inspired, our collection of some of our favorite glass front wood cabinets is sure to highlight your items with polished presence.
French Display Cabinet
This large and narrow Louis-Philippe Vitrine is made of flamed mahogany and has a drawer at the base.
Inlaid Seeded Glass Display Cabinet
Italian Seeded Glass Display Cabinet that is made of walnut and has been distressed to give an aged look.
1800s French Cabinet
Vintage French bookcase with adjustable shelving and vintage key.
Art Deco Display Cabinet
Art deco display cabinet from the 1920s in ebonized wood with faceted glass on the door fronts.
Beveled Glass Display Cabinet
A mahogany display cabinet with beveled glass door fronts and a fabric lined interior and brass accents.
English Oak Glazed Display Cabinet
Large 19th centiry English oak glazed museum display cabinet with trim detail on the interior.
English Display Cabinet
Circa 1890, this 19th century English Pine display cabinet has adjustable shelving and graduating drawers in the original finish.
Burl Veneer & Mahogany Display Cabinet
19th century burl wood veneer cabinet with one large glass front door and brass lock.
Burl Wood Bookcase Cabinet
French Louis Philippe burl wood breafkast cabinet with upper and lower cabinets and two drawers.
Antique French bookcase that was handcrafted about 120-140-years ago. This solid mahogany cabinet was discovered near the town of Narbonne, France in a mangificent chateau.
Rosewood Cabinet With Glass Panel Doors
A tall British Colonial rosewood storage cabinet with glass doors from the early 20th century. This antique display cabinet features a molded cornice atop a tall case with pair of five-panel front doors, set with glass.
Cecile Display Cabinet
Handcrafted cabinet inspired by the Louis Phillippe era with a darker, distressed finished on the interior and a lighter panel on the outside.