Nov 22, 2020 12:35 pm
We got a new kitchen with a wall of cabinets including the fridge & a wide pantry. These were shown as 700mm deep on the plans. Our cabinets were installed but only have a depth of 600mm so we have a void 100mm between back panel of cabinets & wall.
Is this normal? The cabinet maker says this is standard practice & the only reason they were at 700mm on plans was to accommodate the fridge depth.
We are disappointed with our pantry in particular as we were hoping for a nice deep 700 pantry.
Re: Cabinet depth2
Feb 24, 2021 7:53 am
600mm is standard large cabinet depth. Standard depths are 600, 450 and 300 depth for overheads.
Trust me, maintaining a pantry in 600mm cupboards is a PITA. It sounds good, but in practice you end up digging for stuff you need.
600mm cabinets are for pots, pans, drawers, crockery etc. Personally I'd not get a pantry deeper than 450.
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