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Could use an opinion

Posted by cherylmass (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 1, 11 at 21:35

I'm facing a decision and could use opinions.
I've added a link to my two kitchen layouts to help explain the situation.

One layout has two 36 inch top cabinets and an easy reach corner.

The other layout has three 24 inch top cabinets and an easy reach corner.

Both have china cabinets under the cabinet over the dishwasher.

If I go with the two top cabinets, I can't bump out the one between the china rack and the easy reach because it's too close to the easy reach.

If I go with the three top cabinets, I could make the middle cabinet bump out (get a 15 in deep cab.) and put the china cabinet centered.

The cabinet over the stove is a bumped out 15inch.

Should I go for the three or the two? Would I be losing space by putting three small? The three small will cost more because of the doors.

I'm looking at Diamond Selena in Toasted Almond or Diamond LaGrange in Toasted Almond, Black Galaxy granite, shaded brick backsplash, AB granite sink with copper front from Modern Danish.
Thanks for any input you might be able to supply!

Here is a link that might be useful: Kitchen 1 and Kitchen 2


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RE: Could use an opinion

I went and saw a kitchen that had an awesome way to maximize space in the corner....let me try to post a few pics.


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RE: Could use an opinion

I sent you an email..not sure you recieved it?

Here is a link that might be useful: http://photobucket.com/albums/af233/flatman/ideas for kitchen


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