Old glass has ripples, bubbles, and flaws. It reflects and refracts light unpredictably. Sometimes it varies in thickness. In short, it’s much more interesting and attractive than the flawless glass you buy at the hardware store. So next time you are building a cabinet with divided-light doors, take a tip from Steve Latta and go for vintage glass. Here, he shares tips on how to find it, salvage it, clean it, cut it, and install it.
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