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#1 posted 11-13-2010 09:10 AM

When we remodeled six years ago I built our cabinets. The uppers in the kitchen and several others are all walnut frames with fluted glass panels. I consulted the glass company I was going to use prior to making the doors and they said “Just make the door frames and leave a rabbet in the backs. We’ll put the glass in with silicone and if you really want to you can add a molding.” I didn’t bother and there has never been an issue. There are between the kitchen, bathroom, living room and dining room cabinets 20 doors many in frequent use daily.

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