By Zdzislawa. Kitchen Cabinet Sizes. Published at Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018 - 15:15:15 PM.
Base Kitchen Cabinet Sizes Chart. A standard base kitchen cabinet will measure about 34-1/2? high and 35? to 36? high from your kitchen floor with a countertop. The standard depth of a base kitchen cabinet is 24? without a countertop and 25? to 26? with a countertop. In some cases, up to 30? deep, however, deeper cabinets can make it more difficult to reach all areas of the counter and access plugs for small appliances. Standard base cabinet with countertop widths: 12?, 18?, 24?, 30? 33?, 36? and 48?.
Kitchen Cabinet Sizes Chart. Toe Kicks. The recommended ideal height for a toe kick is 3.5? high and 3 inches deep. However, the kicks can range from 3? to 4-1/2? high. Increasing the height doesn’t hurt the overall usefulness of the cabinet, but may reduce the space available within the cabinet slightly.
Kitchen Cabinet Sizes Chart. Filler Strips. Filler strips are used in between cabinets and next to a wall at the end of the cabinet to cover any voids or gaps. These filler pieces are very common on standard cabinets. Custom cabinets are less likely to use fillers because these cabinets are custom measured to fit in your home. Most custom cabinets come with built-in lips that are cut to fit.
Wall Cabinets. Wall cabinets are made to store food items and small, lightweight kitchen accessories. They are very diverse in design and most likely the focal point of your kitchen. The choice of your wall kitchen cabinet is determined by the ceiling height and your design preferences.
Wall Kitchen Cabinet Sizes Chart. Standard heights: 12?, 15?, 18?, 30?, 36?, 42? and 48?. Standard width ranges 12? to 36?. Standard depth ranges from 12? to 24?. Kitchen wall cabinets are usually hung 18? above countertops, 54? above floor and 24? above the stove. In an accessible kitchen, cabinets can be hung at 15? inches above countertops.
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