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Handling Your Kitchen Renovation Part Four

Posted by Nathan Lincoln on 9/5/2011 to Blog

However for stacking larger items like pans you might not want cabinets with shelves which can get in the way.

Then you need to think about things like the size of your cabinets and how much space each one takes up, and about the way the door closes. Soft close cabinets prevent people from slamming and damaging the plates inside and the cabinets themselves. You might alternatively want kitchen cabinets with drawers for your cutlery.

Make a list of what you need and then alongside this make a list of the appliances you need which will include things like ovens, fridges and dish washers. You need to know both about the cabinets you need and the dishwashers in order to know how much space you're going to need and to put in the order for the items. You should make sure to get the measurements of the cabinets you need before you order them, and to get the measurements of your appliances too such as the dishwasher. When selecting your appliances again be sure to choose the best and most expensive as these will last the longest and provide you with the best quality work.

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