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Need help finalizing wall

Posted by birgitta66 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 21, 13 at 11:38

I am going back and forth between choice of uppers.

am struggling with the end cabinets on the sink/stove wall. Since I only have 39" to spare after the sink,dishwasher,stove goes in, I've figured one 21" and one 18" would be best. But that leaves me with a 15" tall cabinet at one end (which might seem very skinny)( + 2 " for filler). I'll end up with two 21" cupboards surrounding the range???? Too wide??. Will the variations of cupboard sizes be noticable..
Is there any other configuration of uppers that might work better.
Or should I use a 24" + 15" lowers...

I am going crazy with this wall...

I do like extra space above sink... We have not picked cupboard above stove yet as we need to choose hood.

Any ideas are appreciated.

Here is a link that might be useful: Ikea planner


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RE: Need help finalizing wall

We decided to pay Ikea to come out and help design our kitchen. We are totally thrilled with the service we have received from Mark Pachan, and he is working very hard to include every element I have asked for in the design. It has been money well spent and I can hardly wait to get started on our renovation.


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RE: Need help finalizing wall

Hmm, IKEA planner not supported on iPad. Can you post a screen shot or image of your layout with dimensions? The kind that looks like graph paper, not the 3d one. You generally will get better responses with all the relevant pics right in the thread. I'm sure you'll get some great suggestions!


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