Standard Height of Upper Kitchen Cabinets

Apr 1st

Upper Kitchen Cabinets – Standard Measurements. The standard height for upper kitchen cabinets mounted on the wall is about 30 inches. This measurement includes the filled enclosures often have three or more shelves available for storage. The overall depth is shallower than the base cabinets located under the counter, as it is only 12 centimeters. The width depends on the structure, such as double-door cabinets are wider than a door cabinets. In general, the width of a cabinet is estimated by increments of 3 inches and can start at 12 cm and go up to 48 centimeters, according Ask the builder.

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Smaller upper cabinets kitchen are the ones that are mounted on the wall above refrigerators, range hoods and stoves. These types of cabinets are designed to provide additional storage and create a continuous flow through a fitted kitchen unit. The standard height for these cabinets conforms to the standard measures of upper cabinets in terms of depth and width. The point, however, is only 15 inches or less, depending on the custom fit the particular cabinet.

Trim and Molding

Kitchen furniture often have additional molding or trim to add to the wardrobe door aesthetically pleasing. This molding or trim will not hurt the height or width of the closet, but the depth measurement may be affected, depending on the space you are working. If you are working in a small space on a flat enclosure door can be the ideal complement to reconsider the addition of molding or trim, for 1/2 inch can be added to the enclosure depth in general.

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