Kitchen cabinets that have legs or plinths as a base, look very different from conventional cabinets, and can lend your kitchen a unique look with a designer flair. When you have legs on the cabinets it will make the kitchen feel open and airy while plinths make a more visual impact and will provide stability to a large kitchen. The best plinths are moisture proof and work best in kitchens.
Kitchen cabinet design offers abundant options for every re-modeler to find the perfect cabinets for their new kitchen. Understanding the basic elements of design will help you narrow the array of options and simplify the decision. Some of these basics relate to the quality of construction and others are a matter of kitchen style and personal taste.
Rotating Shelves or Lazy Susan Great to install in corner cabinets that allows you to turn it around and see all the items stored and within easy reach. Commonly used on upper cabinets and can be built with two separate rotating levels.
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