May 14, 2011 11:58 pm
Ive got a door above my fridge cavity and I don't want to have handles there. I also can't afford the push to open system... My kitchen maker has suggested a shadow lone type opening from the bottom. He hasn't got any pics to show me and I am thinking the indentation might be too visible from underneath... Does anyone have a similar opening system or a photo of what might represent what my kitchen maker is suggesting?
Re: Cupboard above the fridge ...4
May 16, 2011 10:40 am
BuilderPaul is right,
you wont notice the doors hanging down 20mm.
i have done a lot of projects with this done to the overheads.
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