stacked cabinet construction - is there a "best" way?
I was hoping the cabinet experts can explain this to me. For stacked upper cabinets - I understand you can either stack two separate upper cabinets, or you can have one cabinet built with two doors so they appear to be stacked, but are really one.
Is one method of construction preferable (sturdier)? or does one appear more visually pleasing? I understand from reading previous posts about stacked cabinets that one box with two doors is usually more affordable. I'm wondering if there are other benefits to having truly stacked cabinets that, for me, would outweigh any extra cost.
If specifics matter these would be inset cabinets, 33" on the bottom and 15" on top, with crown, to the ceiling height of 9'.