On our last visit to Old Farm, I decided to remove the kitchen cabinet doors to refinish at home. Bill carved the recessed corners square in the top doors in order to add glass, and glue/clamped loose door parts before sanding and priming them all. The one-ply glass pieces cost $30.00 and after a final coat of Benjamin Moore's Satin Impervo Decorator White paint, they will be sealed in with clear, silicone around all sides.
I have always wanted a crisp white kitchen like this one, and used this image to convince my family that everything we were priming and painting was going to be the same white. We will also replace the counters with Carrara marble (honed though).
Image from blog "Cote De Texas"; post "Marble in the Kitchen, Yes or No?".