What else can be used instead of glass in kitchen cabinet doors?
I live in a 1994 mobile home with a ton of original cabinets, all oak, more than half the doors have the glass etched gold like inlaid crazy old design. We bought this place from our friend 5 years ago and 4 of the glass pieces were missing already and she uses some thicker frosted type of non sticky contact paper with thumbtacks. Which is a mess the thumbtacks fall out all the time (not good with 2 dogs, 3 cats, a diabetic husband, 2 teen aged boys, my pregnant daughter and my almost 1 year old grandson). We live off my hubby's SS disability, I'm a hot mess with my health issues, but I've almost got him talked into repainting the kitchen, cabinets, one day getting some kind of new counter top. But the issue is what to replace the glass with that's super cheap? I've seen the chicken wire (I LOVE) he hates, glass is a no-no, too much money and I'm tired of crap breaking. Those pie tin thing's wont work the way my cabinets are shaped and the 2 different sizes my cabinets are. I've talked to him about fabric, lace, I cant leave them open, 1 cat jumps in there to hide from the other 2. I need some super super cheap DIY ideas please please please. Oh, and my cabinet shape at the top is the kind of inlaid a bit cathedral but its not all rounded at the top, its rounded then it goes out straight on each side. I've never even seen this type before. I have like 36 kitchen doors and 6 are of the picture I am gonna post and 3 are a bit taller and a little bit wider. Size wise I mean, and those are the only ones that have glass or had glass in them, the rest are oak.