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Why you can’t put 36″ of cabinets in a 36″ opening

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:47 AM
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by becky last modified Feb 28, 2011

Well, you could, but… You wouldn’t be able to open the drawers. Which is great if you don’t want to store anything. It doesn’t matter how old or new the construction is: walls are rarely perfectly square.   & the floor’s not level, either.  But that’s beside the point. Scenarios #1 and #2 are the [...]




 

 

Well, you could, but…

cabinet-vs-wall and /or trimYou wouldn’t be able to open the drawers. Which is great if you don’t want to store anything. It doesn’t matter how old or new the construction is: walls are rarely perfectly square.   & the floor’s not level, either.  But that’s beside the point.

Scenarios #1 and #2 are the most likely conditions existing in a corner where cabinets need to go. Either the end wall is the obstacle for drawer or door operation, or trim around a cased opening is.

& if you hit the jackpot with the Perfect Universe, congratulate yourself & have a beer!


 

 

 
 
 

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