Kitchen. Tuesday , September 05th , 2017 - 05:58:29 AM
Planning a kitchen layout is very exciting but some aspects can be vexing, particularly the best way to deal with kitchen corner cabinets. Designed poorly, these cabinets can be frustrating because they are too large and items in the back are not accessible. Skip the kitchen corner cabinet and you have wasted precious storage space. While most stock cabinet solutions simply offer some variation of lazy susan shelving, there are lots of other treatments for kitchen corner cabinets.
Although standard height tables which are 28” to 30” tall are the most common and thus come in more sizes, designs and finishes, this doesnt mean that bar height tables are scarce and defined by poor designs and limited options. There are plenty of designs to choose from and even more to create from scratch using specific details and unique features.
Counter-height tables are usually 36” tall and theyre suitable for informal eating areas, for spaces that dont have a separate dining room. Theyre also great as additional prep surfaces when the counter space is limited or when you occasionally need more than that.
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