Oct 13, 2011 11:09 am
Has anyone installed a kitchen in a house with a raked ceiling? I have one wall of my kitchen cupboards running along the gableside which is making we question - how do you do a bulkhead that looks OK when it will have to be nearly 3.6m high at the highest point of the ceiling?
If anyone has pics or suggestions - I'd be most appreciative
Re: Kitchen Bulkheads with raked ceilings?2
Oct 13, 2011 12:04 pm
I have fitted a few kitchens with ceilings like this.
I always suggest have a builder/carpenter build a plaster board bulkhead and then run the cabinets up to it.
Much better finish than if the kitchen company builds it.
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Re: Kitchen Bulkheads with raked ceilings?5
Oct 21, 2011 10:47 am
I agree with CEK, plaster bulkhead doesn't look as obvious and should be done by the builder after the cupboards are in.
http://kitchens.interiordezine.com/kitc ... g-kitchen/
And also this one from these same forums.
I can't remember whose thread I ripped this one off from !
http://images1.au.reastatic.net/150x112 ... 180322.jpg
About No. 10 photo down I think.
As you can see, some of these look better from having no bulkhead at all.
A google search for raked or sloping kitchen ceilings will turn up more I'm sure.
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