The design of kitchen cabinets must conform to the prin […]
The design of kitchen cabinets must conform to the principle of moving lines, that is, washing-cutting-frying must be in one line. Below, Lavatory Cabinet Manufacturers introduces the width of three common cabinets:
1. Width of the linear cabinet:
The flat-shaped cabinet refers to the placement of all appliances and cabinets along a wall. This compact and effective narrow kitchen design is suitable for housing with a narrow kitchen space.
The layout of the kitchen cabinet and the height of the workbench should be suitable for the height of the housewife, and the width of the countertop of the cabinet should not be less than 900mm*460mm. The minimum width of the cabinet door is 200mm wide and the maximum should not exceed 600mm. The height of the kitchen cabinet door is between 500mm-700mm.
2. L-shaped cabinet width:
The L-shaped cabinet makes full use of the corners of the cabinet in the structural design, which not only effectively utilizes the kitchen space, but also adds a bit of fun to the visual effect of the space. L-shaped cabinets are the most common kitchen design in modern home decoration. The width of L-shaped cabinets is generally between 450-600mm, which can be appropriately selected according to the actual space size and usage.
Cabinet drawer width size: from 300mm-1000mm, if it is a small drawer between 300mm-700mm, you can use ordinary three-section slides, and if it is a large drawer between 700mm-1000mm, you need to use invisible slides or horse-riding.
3. U-shaped cabinet width
In the kitchen design, the width of the cabinet is different according to the space size, style, material selection, etc. The U-shaped cabinet is the most popular cabinet design in foreign countries, and the U-shaped cabinet requires a larger kitchen area. Shaped cabinets are the most practical during use, but maximize the use of space for cooking and storage, allowing multiple people to perform kitchen operations at the same time. At least 120cm should be kept between two rows of opposed cabinets to ensure that there is enough space for people to walk around, otherwise, the design of U-shaped cabinets will be meaningless. The width of the cabinet is generally between 500-650mm.
4. Two-shaped cabinet width
I believe you will not be unfamiliar with Type II cabinets. Type II cabinets are called corridor-style kitchens, which means that two rows of working and storage areas are built along opposite walls on both sides. A corridor-style kitchen does not require a lot of space, just has doors and windows at the end of the kitchen. The width of the two-shaped cabinets can be adjusted according to the size of space and actual needs, but it should be noted that the distance between the two rows of relative cabinets should be kept at least about 120cm.