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nkrosieJanuary 19, 2013
I feel like the mullion doors and light fixture clash...what do you think? If I remove the mullion from my kitchen cabinet door...how do I stop the glass from rattling?
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The mullion doors and light fixture trim echo each other's shapes. They are a very good match in style. Of course the radius of curvature is not the same, but that is good, not bad. I'm impressed you found a fixture that goes so well with the doors. However, if you don't like the fixture, you can replace it with something more contrasting.

If the glass in the doors rattle, contact your cabinet supplier. Each door manufacturer has their own way of keeping the glass from rattling. Chances are the fix will be either free or less than a few dollars.
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Thanks so much for your help!
    Bookmark   January 19, 2013 at 7:37AM
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