Kitchen Cabinet. Tuesday , January 23rd , 2018 - 11:55:53 AM
Water-resistance is the name of the game when it comes to outdoor cabinets. Your best options are stainless steel, marine-grade polymer, and teak. "Whichever type you choose, evaluate the quality by looking inside the cabinet unit," says Russ Faulk, vice president of product development for Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet. "Look at whether the cabinet has a full box around it, or if it‘s open at the top."
In general, base kitchen cabinets are 24 inches deep and 36 inches high. They sit directly on the floor or rest upon a 4-inch toe kick riser. Their width can vary depending on what‘s sitting on top of them: sinks, cooktops or countertops. Wall cabinets are usually 24 inches high and 12 to 16 inches deep. The standard width for two-door wall cabinets is 30 to 36 inches.
Cabinets are top of mind among homeowners considering kitchen remodels, and it‘s easy to understand why. The role of cabinetry in the finished look and function of the space is crucial to the success of a kitchen design and the enjoyment of spending time there. And since roughly 60 percent of an average kitchen‘s cost is spent on the cabinetry, choosing the right cabinets is a critical decision in remodeling and in new construction.
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