Rule of thumb for deciding width of wall cabinet doors?
DD's current kitchen has some wall cabinets with 25" wide doors. When she opens them she needs to step back from the counter or they would hit her in the face. It's one of the many things that irk her about her current kitchen. Now that she is working on the wall cabinet portion of her plan, most of her wall cabinets could have sets of 15" or 18" that open out so she could see the entire contents of whatever cabinet she is using. Is there some way of deciding the best wall cabinet width? She has some inches to play with and different possible ways of handling her corner cabinets (either angled corner or blind corner which she thinks she will prefer)so she wants to get the best use of her space but also have an attractive rhythm to the cabinet sizes. She says she's afraid of having a hodge podge of sizes or that everything the same size will look monotonous. Any advice? Thanks.