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    1 Door 1 Drawer Base Cabinet (SE-B09)


    $218.28/ Piece


    9"W * 24"D * 34-1/2"H


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      Product Model SE-B09
      Determine your clearance zone. When clients ask if they have room for an island, we designers must consider factors such as how many people live in the house and how they use the space. But first and foremost, we need to know the size of the room. In a rectangular room that’s 16½ feet (5 meters) wide and 19¾ feet (6 meters) long, such as this one, the main run of cabinets would be positioned along one of the walls. The depth of the cabinets from the back wall to the front of the cabinets will measure about 25 inches (650 millimeters).  Within the design, you should leave a gap between the countertop edge on the back run of cabinets and the island’s countertop edge. This space between the two working areas forms part of the island’s clearance zone, which is the space surrounding the island. The ideal distance for the clearance zone is about 3 feet (1 meter). This is best for enabling free and safe movement around the island and throughout the kitchen. Have your kitchen island tailor-made. This kitchen island combines seating and storage. This could have been challenging, because the cabinets on either side of the kitchen restrict the island to a maximum depth of about 3 feet (900 millimeters) — tricky to fit storage and seating into. As a solution, the designer made the depth of the island units in the foreground of the image about 2 feet (600 millimeters) — the largest depth possible to allow the 1-foot (300-millimeter) knee space necessary for the undercounter seating. This arrangement makes up the island’s 3-foot (900-millimeter) total depth. The far side of the kitchen island includes matching cabinets with a depth of 2 feet (600 millimeters) on one side of the island. But rather than using the surplus foot (300 millimeters) of space at that end of the island for seating, the designer added cabinets with a reduced depth of 1 foot (300 millimeters). These are half the depth of standard units and neatly fit the available space while providing extra storage.Create a custom kitchen island

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