Cabinet run above sink - confused!
We are going to have a small L shaped kitchen with an island that opens up to a dining room. Our induction cooktop will be on the island and the sink will be on the long part of the L.
Question: the current design has the uppers in a straight line above the sink, no raised part to give extra head room. Is this an issue? In our current apartment the cabinet above the sink is raised and there is a 6" inch deep shelf for more head cleearence. My husband thinks the new design is fine, but he is so tall that in our current kitchen he does not have any extra space for his head despite the raised cabinet design.
I've looked but I can only find one photo example of a sink with no extra clearence, which happens to be ON MY BLOCK! Crazy.
Currently our uppers and lowers don't line up, so adding headroom would require redesign of all the uppers.
What does GW think?
Here is a link that might be useful: Similar set up