Do you know, redoing of kitchens are one of the most popular markets, the favourite of designers and a very important part of the architectural industry.
Glass cabinets are a very important part of modern kitchen, and the changes in kitchen depend a lot about the evolution of the glass display cabinets. Let’s see how.
The Journey of a Kitchen
The modern kitchen took its first baby steps in the 1920s. The white-coloured cabinets were made of metal and freestanding. The next decade, the kitchen cabinets were made with wood and metal with a smooth-finish. These could maintain their popularity even after 20 years.
From the 1940s, the modern kitchen started taking a prominent shape. The kitchens now saw unit cabinets, textures, coordinated finishes, and smoother counter displays. In the 1950s, L-shaped and U-shaped kitchens, with a lot of bright colours and checker floor detailing were introduced.
More vibrant colours made their way into the kitchen in the next decade. Detailed wallpapers, brightly-tiled countertops came along too. The next decade made dark wood cabinets, vinyl, brass, and other mixed materials the most popular.
The next decade, saw the introduction of curve-edged cabinets and geometric patterns. While the 1990s saw simple colours, maple-glazed cabinets and oat cabinetry, the early millennial, busy families welcomed the woody designs.
To know more in details about the evolution of Glass cabinets since the last century, scroll sown to the infographic below. People loved glass display cabinets back then, they love it at present. Whatever shape it may take, people will keep loving this stylish and versatile furniture.