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Wall cabinet height: what works?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 21, 2013 01:09 AM
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by becky last modified Feb 20, 2013

Zero to 24 inches+ For our modular cabinet line, Besh, I’ve been playing with uniform wall cabinet heights – even above a sink. This example shows all wall cabinets aligned at the bottom and top. There’s no staggered height with a bigger gap between the faucet & the bottom of the wall cabinet above it. [...]




 

 

Zero to 24 inches+

For our modular cabinet line, Besh, I’ve been playing with uniform wall cabinet heights – even above a sink.

This example shows all wall cabinets aligned at the bottom and top. There’s no staggered height with a bigger gap between the faucet & the bottom of the wall cabinet above it.

My guess is that this is a 30″ clearance, since the cooktop is gas & most hood manufacturers require that much over a gas cooking surface.

It works. It looks good. There are no clearance issues. I’m not a huge fan of soffits, but in this case, it really boosts the built in look.

 

The only thing I’d change in this one would be to shift the window framing to line up with the bottom &  top of the wall cabinets. I can’t help it. I’m a designer.

Also? Love the table, stools & tile. And the black pendant lights.


 

 

 
 
 

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