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The New Transparency: 7 Glass-Fronted Closets and Wardrobes

Observed recently: closets and wardrobes with glass doors to encourage orderliness (and easy access on rushed mornings).

The KBH Glass Dresser from Danish company Kobenhavns Mobelsnedkeri is handmade of dark fumed oak, brass, glass, and leather; €4,265 ($4,593) from the Shop of the New.
Above: The KBH Glass Dresser from Danish company Kobenhavns Mobelsnedkeri is handmade of dark fumed oak, brass, glass, and leather; €4,265 ($4,593) from the Shop of the New.
Designed by Giuseppe Bavuso, the Ego Wardrobe System from Italian company Porro is “dedicated to the order characterized by maximum neutrality.” Go to Porro for details.
Above: Designed by Giuseppe Bavuso, the Ego Wardrobe System from Italian company Porro is “dedicated to the order characterized by maximum neutrality.” Go to Porro for details.
A closet door made from reclaimed windows in an Amsterdam house via Mechant Design.
Above: A closet door made from reclaimed windows in an Amsterdam house via Mechant Design.
From Italian company Lema, the Armadio al Centimetro Aria is a modular wardrobe system with glass doors.
Above: From Italian company Lema, the Armadio al Centimetro Aria is a modular wardrobe system with glass doors.
A painted armoire serves as entryway closet. Photograph via It’s Monday but It’s OK.
Above: A painted armoire serves as entryway closet. Photograph via It’s Monday but It’s OK.
A vintage shop display cabinet repurposed as a glass storage wardrobe. Photograph via House to Home.
Above: A vintage shop display cabinet repurposed as a glass storage wardrobe. Photograph via House to Home.
A glass armoire via photographer Petra Bindel.
Above: A glass armoire via photographer Petra Bindel.

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