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Spotlight on Full Height Solid Oak Kitchen Cabinets

Posted by admin on June 18, 2014 at 11:20 am. Filed under: Products
Spotlight on Full Height Solid Oak Kitchen Cabinets

There was a time when all kitchens would have a larder as a large, cool food store. As times have changed and fridges have become better, a separate room to store food in no longer seems necessary.

If you still need a large space to store food outside of the fridge, such as tinned food and non-perishables, a full-height cabinet is a great alternative to the larders of old. If you’re considering a built-in oven or other appliance, then our full height solid oak kitchen cabinets provide ideal housings. Our tall kitchen units are available in the standard 570mm depth, as well as a variety of widths up to 600mm and heights up to 2145mm. Like all our other cabinets, they’re constructed from solid European oak panels, so don’t necessarily require an end panel to create a stunning look. The rear panels are an oak-veneered composite, which gives the cabinet space to naturally expand and contract without the wood cracking over time.

Full height cabinets come with a pair of shelves included, though extras are available as well as a fantastic range of wirework, to give a full height cabinet some easily-accessible storage. We can also provide a range of different door and drawer combinations, perfect for storing large cooking pans, pans or anything else you might require space for. Our drawers and ‘lift-up’ doors come with excellent mechanisms from Blum, which provide exceptionally smooth movement and long-lasting quality.

If you’d like to see our full height cabinets up close, then why not come over to our Gloucester-based showroom to see them for yourself? We have a number of different full height cabinets in our demonstration kitchens, including some with wirework.


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