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Cabinet Types: Which Is Best for You?

As much as possible, we want a clutter-free and organized home most especially in our kitchen as this is where we prepare our food. Kitchen cabinets play a big role in keeping our food, supplies and tools in an organized manner. But prior to getting or having one installed in your home, you need to know first what exactly is appropriate for you.

 

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These are the four basic types of cabinets:

Base. Standard base cabinets are 24 inches deep and 36 inches tall. Depth may be increased up to 27 inches on some semi-custom and custom applications. For ease of use, base cabinetry rests atop a four-inch recessed riser called a toe kick.

Wall. Upper cabinetry is generally 12 inches deep but can be increased to 17 inches on some semi-custom and custom applications.

Tall. Tall cabinets are typically 83.5 inches in height, serving as pantry space and broom storage.

Specialty Units. Specialty units maximize square footage and organization efforts. They include corner cabinets, sink/cooktop fronts, suspended units, hutches, bottle racks …

 

Read more: http://www.hgtv.com/remodel/kitchen-remodel/cabinet-types-which-is-best-for-you

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