Due to the way our cabinets were assembled, there are metal pieces that stick out of the corners inside. I knew about these when I went to the hardware store to get the glass cut. I asked that he cut it inside the measurement I gave him, but he was an expert glass cutter apparently because he cut it exactly! So, when I went to lay the glass on the molding, it wouldn't fit because of those darn metal corners sticking out. Ugh! I had to disassemble the molding and fit the glass in first, under the metal corners.
Anyhow, they're done now and I love them! I think I'm officially done working on the kitchen cabinets.
Here's are the pics and how-to info. Click on the pictures to enlarge and check out the details.
My neighbor was part of my inspiration for this project. Yesterday, my neighbor told me that her project cost her over $200 because she purchased fancy looking glass and had the shop install the glass after she'd cut out the centers. I purchased double-strength glass for $30 and molding for $18. I already had the glue, primer, paint, and clear caulk.
Total cost for this project: $48. That includes tax! Looks like I saved myself at least $152!
What do you think?