Can I get drawers in 30' wide sink base cab?
Before I get to the talking to the cabinet maker stage, I'm trying to plan my sink base cabinet for the bathroom. Using frameless cabinetry. One end will be up against a wall with the entry door's side trim there, so it's crowded. Maybe I do a spacer there or add a stile to the cabinet itself??
But the bigger question is this: With only 30" of length available on that wall, how can I get useful drawers in the cabinet? It's just for adults, so the countertop could go as high as 38" or 39". Self-rimming sink is 20" x 17" by 8 1/2". I have the space to go up to a 24" wide (front-to-back) cabinet.
I can't bend, so the most useful drawers would start up high and have a pull at about 28" above the floor. How/can I do this??