Decide which walls you want to install your cabinets and measure doors and windows for exact height and width. You will need to check the space the cabinet door will need when it opens so as not to interfere with existing doors and windows. It is best to install the wall cabinets before installing base cabinets.
Before you go out to choose a kitchen cabinet design, decide exactly the type of look you want to achieve. Do you want a traditional kitchen with raised-panel doors and a lot of fancy moldings, or would you rather go rustic using knotty-pine and basic hardware? Do a little research to see what types of cabinets are available and to decide which style will look best in the type of kitchen you're hoping to design. Keep your budget in mind while choosing cabinets, too.
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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