Your kitchen is a major focal point and gathering area in your home, so you as a homeowner should make sure it looks and functions the way you want it to. Kitchen cabinets are one of the major components of a great kitchen, and luckily there are plenty of types of cabinets to choose from to suit your needs.
Main Types of Kitchen Cabinets
Below are four of the main types of kitchen cabinets homeowners can choose from when building or remodeling their kitchen.
- Base. These standard cabinets are 24 inches deep and 36 inches tall, though sometimes the depth can be changed to 27 inches. These cabinets rest on top of a four inch recessed riser which allows them to be raised above the floor.
- Wall. Wall cabinets are a great way to create more space and organization in your kitchen; they are also more easily accessible. These cabinets are 12 inches deep and can be increased to 17 inches deep in some cases.
- Tall. These cabinets are a great option for homeowners who are looking to display entire sets of dishware or china. The 83.5 inch tall kitchen cabinets can also serve as pantry space or broom storage and offer plenty of shelving space if you choose to add shelves.
- Specialty Units. For homeowner who need extra storage space in their kitchen or who have a unique architectural design or layout in their kitchen, specialty cabinets may be needed. These cabinets include corner cabinets, sink or cooktop fronts, suspended units, hutches and wine bottle racks.
If you’re looking to update your kitchen to improve organization or home value, please contact our kitchen cabinet installation company at (781) 681-7007.