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Can you stack cabinets?
Last Updated: 20th January, 2020
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Correspondingly, can you stack kitchen cabinets?
Double-stacked kitchen cabinets aren't a one-trick pony. They can increase your storage space, open the door for dazzling displays or give your space a finished look. However, they aren't right for every kitchen. They're an added expense and aren't always easy to access.
One may also ask, can you add cabinets on top of existing? Make Refaced Cabinets Taller If you would like to add a little height to your cabinets, we can add the equivalent of a another cabinet box directly on top of your existing ones to add height. The new cabinet doors - which are a part of the refacing process anyway - are ordered for the new cabinet height.
In this way, can you stack IKEA base cabinets?
For example, you could stack two 20″ cabinets on top of each other and put them next to a 40″ wall cabinet. You can also customize combinations of doors and drawers. A base cabinet is 30″ high. When you add feet to it, you can raise them to the standard 34.5″.
Should kitchen cabinets go up to ceiling?
Cabinets, including crown molding, will go all the way to the ceiling with one wall cabinet. The kitchen cabinets and molding do not go to the ceiling and the wall cabinets and trim will be just below the ceiling. Any crown molding or trim will continue around the room, above the cabinetry.