“What cabinet unit widths are available for solid wood kitchens?” Question of the Week 10.07.16
“What cabinet unit widths are available for solid wood kitchens”
The latest ‘Question of the Week’ was sent in by Lucy from West Hampstead who emailed to find out what widths of cabinets we offer for those interested in purchasing our solid wood kitchens.
“I am about to re-do my kitchen as it’s in great need of an update, and I would love to buy some of your oak cabinets. My kitchen has fairly small proportions, so I was wondering if you would let me know what widths your cabinet units are available in, so I can work out which ones I need to fit them perfectly between two walls.”
Many thanks for getting in touch. Fitting out a new kitchen is a serious undertaking, and we are happy to help however we can!
We stock a broad range of cabinets, all made from solid Europe oak and coated with a durable and hard-wearing lacquer. Our cabinetry is eligible for our handy pre-assembly service – available free-of-charge – to all postcodes covered by our standard two-man delivery service.
There is a wide range of units available at Solid Wood Kitchen Cabinets, from standard base and wall units to drawer units, appliance-housing units and specialist cabinets. In the case of our sturdy base units, widths begin from as little as 150mm, and range up to 1200mm. They are also available with a depth of 300mm or 450mm for our slimline cabinets, or 570mm for our standard cabinets. Base units with drawers are available in widths ranging from 300mm to 1000mm, and come with a selection of door and drawer combinations.
For added storage above your work bench, our wall units vary from 150mm to 1200mm wide, come with a range of heights, and a standard depth of 300mm.
Finally, we offer a number of corner cabinets, including our Corner Solution Base Cabinet (widths: 800, 900, 1000 or 1200mm), the L-Shaped Corner Base Cabinet (width: 720mm), and the L-Shaped Corner Wall Cabinet (width: 620mm).
For more details, please read our useful ‘Cabinet Size Guide for Oak Kitchens’. If you would like to find out more about the most practical ways to combine your units, why not also take a look at our ‘Kitchen Work Triangle’ information guide?
Thanks again for getting in touch, Lucy, and please do let us know if you need any more information!
The Team @ Solid Wood Kitchen Cabinets
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