Base cabinet

What Is a Base Cabinet?

Good kitchen or bathroom layouts flow effortlessly. Top and bottom cabinets either match or work well together visually. In kitchens, the lower cabinets are interspersed with the stove, oven, refrigerator, or dishwasher. In bathrooms, a lower cabinet, typically called a vanity, supports a countertop and sink.

The building block that ties all of this together is the base cabinet.

If you are unclear on the concept of base cabinets, you are not alone. Many homeowners, prior to remodeling, give little thought about the different classifications of cabinetry. In fact, if the cabinet system is performing well enough, you don't give it much thought; it just works.

What Is a Base Cabinet?

A base cabinet is a cabinet built expressly for kitchens and bathrooms that rests on the floor and supports holds other items such as countertops, cooktops, and sinks. Kitchens are usually composed of both base cabinets and wall cabinets.

With a few exceptions, cabinet systems are mostly composed of two distinct types of cabinets: base cabinets and wall cabinets.

Base Cabinets

The true workhorse of the kitchen scheme, base cabinets sit on the floor and provide a base for other services and storage. Base cabinets also define the kitchen floorplan. They are considered to be permanent, attaching to the studs on the back wall. Base cabinets either have exposed legs or legs that are covered by a long strip of wood called a toekick.

Base cabinets tend to be 34 1/2 inches high. With a countertop added, the base cabinet rises to about 35 or 36 inches high. Bathrooms often have a type of base cabinet called a vanity that is about two inches shorter than kitchen base cabinets.

Wall Cabinets

A helper for some kitchen functions, wall cabinets are located above the base cabinets and mainly provide storage space. These attach to the wall studs with screws. Wall cabinets can be open (no doors) or with solid or glass doors. Often, wall cabinets mirror the arrangement of the base cabinets, but not always. Wall cabinets are rarely installed alone, without any type of base cabinets below.

Custom kitchen cabinetry can be any size. But semi-custom and stock kitchen cabinets, whether wall or base, come in pre-defined sizes.

Base Cabinet Functions

Acting as Bases for Counters

Base cabinets are called just that because they act as a base on which other things rest. Kitchen base cabinets are very much the workhorse of the kitchen, holding up items such as:

Providing Large Storage Spaces

Base cabinets are ideal for storing large items such as pots and pans, cleaning accessories, and canned and dry goods.

Sometimes, the storage area is just a big, open box (namely, under the sink). Most often, the storage area is enhanced by slide-outs, drawers, box-columns, and lazy susans.

Base cabinets are not the only storage place. Pantries are better for food that you use only occasionally. Wall cabinets are better for frequently used food items.

Large 48-inch base cabinets are good for pots and pans, and 12-inch cabinets are well suited for baking sheets, muffin tins, and other large, flat items.

Defining the Floorplan

The majority of kitchen layouts are really quite simple, forming either an L-shape or U-shape. Or they might be corridor or galley kitchens with cabinets on one or both sides. In any case, pre-determined shapes define most kitchens.

Other cabinets, such as pantries, do come into play. The refrigerator also is a major building block of the kitchen layout. For the most part, kitchen layouts are defined by base cabinets.

Generally, base cabinets will be the sole determining factor in terms of traffic flow, open floor space, and where you can place other items like kitchen tables.

Building Kitchen Islands

While kitchen islands are often built from scratch by custom remodelers or home builders, a majority of the time they are built by starting from kitchen base cabinets. Two or three base cabinets are joined (on the inside, invisibly) and a countertop spans all of these bases. Seams between the bases might be covered by molding, but often they look fine enough without the trim. 

Using inexpensive kitchen base cabinets is a classic IKEA hack. In fact, IKEA has pre-sized laminate counters that fit across their base cabinets. 

Base Cabinet Installation Considerations

  • Most kitchen base cabinets are installed by professional technicians. But with the influx of ready to assemble cabinets, homeowners have taken charge of cabinet installation.
  • Cabinets will need to be shimmed from below before attachment to the wall. This is one installation where absolute level is needed.
  • Freestanding cabinets often have legs that can be adjusted independently to gain level.
  • Quality cabinet boxes tend to be made of furniture-grade 1/2-inch plywood. MDF, or medium-density fiberboard, is another material often used for building base cabinet boxes.
  • Euro-style cabinet doors are also called frameless because there is no center stile.
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What Our Clients Say

Base cabinets are the cabinets that support most of the weight in the kitchen. They are the foundation for the countertops and common kitchen appliances. These cabinets traditionally will have one drawer on top and shelves underneath or a bank of drawers. Base cabinets pave the path for everything else in the kitchen to be aligned to.

Some might ask why do people start designing with base cabinets in mind first? The three most used kitchen work stations (sink, stove, and refrigerator) dictate where your cabinets can go. After establishing the work triangle, additional cabinets like corner cabinets, tall cabinets, and wall cabinets can be easily added and align accordingly to the sizes set by the base.

Sink base cabinets will feature a false drawer front to allow for the sink to sit inside. These cabinets do not have a shelf inside and the back of the cabinet is left open for plumbing. These cabinets range between 30 and 42 inches wide.

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Base Cabinet with Roll Trays

Product photography and illustrations have been reproduced as accurately as print and web technologies permit. To ensure highest satisfaction, we suggest you view an actual sample from your dealer for best color, wood grain and finish representation.

Product photography and illustrations have been reproduced as accurately as print and web technologies permit. To ensure highest satisfaction, we suggest you view an actual sample from your dealer for best color, wood grain and finish representation.

Description

Keep storage simple using our Base Cabinet with convenient roll trays that pull out for easy access.

See It In Action

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Base Cabinets - Standard Drawer Over Door

Standard base cabinets are the most popular cabinet in the kitchen. They are available with or without an upright center divider, and with single or double doors and drawers. These cabinets make a great storage addition and can be fitted with a variety of accessories. Check out our collection below!

  • Single Door Base Cabinet

    Single Door Base Cabinet

    CABINET CODE: B  (CSB will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 12″ to 24″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B + width + height. (i.e. B1834.5 for an 18″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Standard Base cabinet, with a single door, and 1 drawer. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, the drawer opening remains fixed at 5″ H).

  • Butt Door Base Cabinet

    Butt Door Base Cabinet

    CABINET CODE: B_BD  (CSB will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 24″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B + width + height +BD. (i.e. B3034.5BD for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Standard Base cabinet, with Butt Doors, and 1 drawer. (Note: when height is changed from the standard 34.5″ H, the drawer opening remains fixed at 5″ H).

  • Double Door Base Cabinet with Single Drawer

    Double Door Base Cabinet with Single Drawer

    CABINET CODE: B  (CSB2D1D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 27″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B + width + height. (i.e. B3634.5 for a 36″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Standard Base cabinet, with double doors, upright center divider, and 1 drawer. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, the drawer opening remains fixed at 5″ H).

  • Butt Door Base Cabinet w/ 2 Drawers

    Butt Door Base Cabinet w/ 2 Drawers

    CABINET CODE: B_BD2D  (CSBBD2D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 30″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B + width + height + BD2D. (i.e. B3034.5BD2D for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Standard Base cabinet, with Butt Doors, and 2 drawers separated by an upright center divider. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, the drawer opening remains fixed at 5″ H). IMPORTANT NOTE: Drawer fronts will not align with doors on full overlay applications (drawer fronts will have a 1/2″ gap while doors will butt together, meaning doors will be wider than drawer fronts).

  • Double Door/Drawer Base Cabinet

    Double Door/Drawer Base Cabinet

    CABINET CODE: B  (CSB2D2D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 30″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B + width + height. (i.e. B4234.5 for a 42″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Standard Base cabinet, with double doors, upright center divider, and 2 drawers. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, the drawer opening remains fixed at 5″ H).

  • Base Cabinet – 3 Door/3 Drawer

    Base Cabinet – 3 Door/3 Drawer

    CABINET CODE: B  (CSB3D3D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 48″ to 72″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B + width + height. (i.e. B6034.5 for a 60″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with 3 drawers, over 3 doors. (Note: middle door/drawer are 1/2″ overlay (left to right) and the door will use a 1/2″ overlay hinge).

  • Base Cabinet - Base w/ Trash Can Pull-Out

    Base Cabinet - Base w/ Trash Can Pull-Out

    CABINET CODE: BTCP  (CSBTCP will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 18″ to 27″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 34.5″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 24″

    TO ORDER: Indicate BTCP + width + height. (i.e. BTCP2134.5 for a 21″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet).

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet with options for single, double, or no trash can cutouts. Units 18″- 23-15/16″ will have one can, 24″-27″ two cans

Base Cabinets – Sink

Sink cabinets are a critical aspect of any kitchen design. We offer a huge selection of sink cabinets including Farmer sink (apron sink) cabinets. These cabinets are also used for drop in cook tops.

  • Sink Base Cabinet w/Butt Doors

    Sink Base Cabinet w/Butt Doors

    CABINET CODE: BS_BD  (CSBS will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 24″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 18″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BS + width + height + BD. (i.e. BS3034.5BD for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with Butt doors, false drawer front, and no shelf.

  • Sink Base Cabinet w/ Double Doors, Single Drawer

    Sink Base Cabinet w/ Double Doors, Single Drawer

    CABINET CODE: BS  (CSBS2D1D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 27″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 18″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BS + width + height. (i.e. BS3034.5 for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with double doors, upright center divider, false drawer front, and no shelf.

  • Sink Base Cabinet w/Double Doors

    Sink Base Cabinet w/Double Doors

    CABINET CODE: BS  (CSBS2D2D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 30″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 18″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BS + width + height. (i.e. BS4234.5 for a 42″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with double doors, upright center divider, 2 false drawer fronts, and no shelf.

  • Apron (Farm) Sink Cabinet w/Butt Doors

    Apron (Farm) Sink Cabinet w/Butt Doors

    CABINET CODE: ASB_BD  (CSASB will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 24″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 18″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate ASB + width + height +BD. (i.e. ASB3034.5BD for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Apron (farm sink) Base cabinet, with Butt doors, and no shelf. (Note: factory sink bowl opening is 5″ H by 6″ less than the cabinet’s width). The sink opening is meant to be field trimmable to meet your sink’s cut out spec. (Note: custom sink cut outs are NOT available from the factory. They MUST be field cut by the installer)! The sink opening is trimmable 4.5″ in height and 3″ in width. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, the lower door opening section changes). To accommodate a sink that will not work with these cut out limits, please contact us for a quote on a custom face frame. (IMPORTANT NOTE: sink supports are NOT included with this cabinet)!

  • Apron (Farm) Sink Cabinet w/Double Doors

    Apron (Farm) Sink Cabinet w/Double Doors

    CABINET CODE: ASB  (CSASB will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 27″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 18″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate ASB + width + height. (i.e. ASB4234.5BD for a 42″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Apron (farm sink) Base cabinet, with  double doors, upright center divider, and no shelf. (Note: sink bowl opening is 5″ H by 6″ less than the cabinet’s width). The sink opening is meant to be field trimmable to meet your sink’s cut out spec. (Note: custom sink cut outs are NOT available from the factory. They MUST be field cut by the installer)! The sink opening is trimmable 4.5″ in height and 3″ in width. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, the lower door opening section changes). To accommodate a sink that will not work with these cut out limits, please contact us for a quote on a custom face frame. (IMPORTANT NOTE: sink supports are NOT included with this cabinet)!

  • Base Sink Full Door w/Butt Doors

    Base Sink Full Door w/Butt Doors

    CABINET CODE: BSFD_BD  (CSBSFD will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 24″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 5.5″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BSFD + width + height + BD. (i.e. BSFD3034.5BD for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with full height butt doors and no shelf.

Base Cabinets – Full Door

Full door cabinets are versatile. When fitted with pull out trays, they serve as a base pantry. Or they serve as built in under-counter oven cabinets by simply deleting the doors. Take a look at our collection below and check out the details of each cabinet.

  • Base Full Door Cabinet w/ Single Door

    Base Full Door Cabinet w/ Single Door

    CABINET CODE: BFD  (CSBFD will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 9″ to 24″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 10″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 5.5″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BFD + width + height. (i.e. BFD0934.5 for a 9″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with a full single door, and no drawer. The 9″ W version is ideal for a tray base application. (Note: all cabinets include 2 shelves, EXCEPT the 9″ W cabinet, which doesn’t include any shelves).

  • Base Full Door Cabinet w/Butt Doors

    Base Full Door Cabinet w/Butt Doors

    CABINET CODE: BFD_BD  (CSBFDBD will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 24″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 10″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 5.5″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BFD + width + height + BD. (i.e. BFD3034.5BD for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with full Butt doors, and no drawer.

  • Base Full Door Cabinet w/Double Doors

    Base Full Door Cabinet w/Double Doors

    CABINET CODE: BFD  (CSBFD will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 27″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 10″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 5.5″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BFD + width + height. (i.e. BFD3034.5 for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with full double doors, upright center divider, and no drawer.

  • Base Full Door w/Two Center

    Base Full Door w/Two Center

    CABINET CODE: BFD  (CSBFD will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 48″ to 72″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 10″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 5.5″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BFD + width + height. (i.e. BFD6034.5 for a 60″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with three full doors, two upright center dividers, and no drawer.

  • Base Full Door w Single Door & /Roll Outs

    Base Full Door w Single Door & /Roll Outs

    CABINET CODE: BFDRO(i)  (CSBFDRO(i) will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized). The “i” denotes inset as a different drawer box width is required to accommodate the inset hinge.

    SIZES:
    Width: 12″ to 24″ in 1/16″ increments (inset: 15″ to 24″ in 1/16″ increments)
    Height: 31.5 to 34.5″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″ or 30″ only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BFDRO + width + height. (i.e. BFDRO3034.5 for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction. Roll-out drawers include hand pulls. Specify Standard top rout, Circle or Ellipse pull (shown).

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet with single full door and 4 roll outs behind the door. The roll out trays are all 5″ high. Interior panels are predrilled for drawer slide placement and installation.

  • Base Full Door w Butt Doors & /Roll Outs

    Base Full Door w Butt Doors & /Roll Outs

    CABINET CODE: BFDRO(i)BD  (CSBFDRO(i)BD will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized). The “i” denotes inset as a different drawer box width is required to accommodate the inset hinge.

    SIZES:
    Width:  24″  to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5 to 34.5″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″ or 30″ only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BFDROBD + width + height + BD. (i.e. BFDRO3034.5BD for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction. Roll-out drawers include hand pulls. Specify Standard top rout, Circle or Ellipse pull (shown).

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet with single full door and 4 roll outs behind the door. The roll out trays are all 5″ high. Interior panels are predrilled for drawer slide placement and installation.

Base Cabinets – Drawer Base

We offer drawer base cabinets with 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 drawers, which allow you the flexibility you need to create ideal storage solutions for your kitchen. Check out our offering below and download the full catalog to see all of your options!

  • Base Cabinet – 2 Drawer

    Base Cabinet – 2 Drawer

    CABINET CODE: B2D  (CSB2D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 12″ to 39″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 34.5″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B2D + width + height. (i.e. B2D2434.5 for a 24″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with 2 equal height drawers. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, the drawer openings remain equal).

  • Base 2 Drawer with Roll Outs

    Base 2 Drawer with Roll Outs

    CABINET CODE: B2DRO  (CSB2DRO will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 12″ to 39″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 34.5″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B2DRO + width + height. (i.e. B2DRO2434.5 for a 24″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction. Roll outs include hand pull cutout. Specify Standard top rout hand pull, circle hole or ellipse hole in special instructions. Standard top rout will be used unless specified.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet with 2 drawers and roll-outs hidden above each. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, both drawers will remain equal).

  • Base Cabinet – 3 Drawer

    Base Cabinet – 3 Drawer

    CABINET CODE: B3D  (CSB3D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 12″ to 39″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 34.5″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B3D + width + height. (i.e. B3D2434.5 for a 24″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with 3 drawers. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″, only the lower opening height changes. Upper two opening heights remain fixed at 5″ H and 8″ H respectively).

  • Base 3 Drawer – Equal Height Bottom Drawers

    Base 3 Drawer – Equal Height Bottom Drawers

    CABINET CODE: B3DEH  (CSB3DEH will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 12″ to 39″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 34.5″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B3DEH + width + height. (i.e. B3DEH2434.5 for a 24″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with 3 drawers. Bottom 2 drawers are equal height (9.75″ H openings on standard 34.5″ H cabinet). (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, only the lower openings height changes. Upper drawer opening remains fixed at 5″ H).

  • Base Cabinet – 4 Drawers

    Base Cabinet – 4 Drawers

    CABINET CODE: B4D  (CSB4D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 12″ to 39″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 34.5″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B4D + width + height. (i.e. B3D2434.5 for a 24″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with 4 drawers. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, only lower opening height changes. Upper three opening heights remain fixed at 5″ H).

  • Base 4 Drawer w/ Split Top Drawers, Equal Height Bottom Drawers

    Base 4 Drawer w/ Split Top Drawers, Equal Height Bottom Drawers

    CABINET CODE: B4D2S2EH  (CSB4D2S2EH will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 30″ to 39″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 34.5″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B4D2S2EH + width + height. (i.e. B4D2S2EH3634.5 for a 36″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with 4 drawers. Bottom 2 drawers are equal height (9.75″ H openings on standard 34.5″ H cabinet). Top 2 drawers are equal width. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, only the lower openings height changes. Upper drawer openings remain fixed at 5″ H).

  • Drawer Base – Double Drawer w/Divider

    Drawer Base – Double Drawer w/Divider

    CABINET CODE: B1DCS  (CSB1DCS will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 30″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 12″ to 21″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B1DCS + width + height. (i.e. B1DCS4221 for a 42″ W x 21″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ D, or height other than standard 21″H is required, then note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with 2 drawers.

  • Drawer Base – Single Drawer

    Drawer Base – Single Drawer

    CABINET CODE: B1D  (CSB1D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 12″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 12″ to 21″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B1D + width + height. (i.e. B1D2421 for a 24″ W x 21″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ D, or height other than standard 21″ H, is required, then note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with 1 drawer.

Base Cabinets – Corner Base

Our corner base offering includes blind corner, diagonal corner, and pie cut corner cabinet options. We also offer an assortment of interior storage options.

  • Base Cabinet – Corner Pie Cut

    Base Cabinet – Corner Pie Cut

    CABINET CODE: BCP  (CSBCP will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 33″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 33″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BCP + Left leg width + Right leg width + height. (i.e. BCP333634.5 for a 33″ W Left leg x 36″ W Right leg x 34.5″ H cabinet).

    DESCRIPTION: Corner, pie cut cabinet. (Note: Susans are NOT included, but may be added to this cabinet – See interior storage options). A soss hinge is included for joining the doors together. (Note: some door designs do not allow for soss hinge borings. In those cases, customers will need to source their own solution for joining the doors. We recommend a Salice hinge, available at www.rockler.com, for joining the doors). Please note that the depth remains 24″ even as the size changes. The pie cut area is what gets larger/smaller. Also, please note the minimum clearance width, in halls and doorways, to accommodate a BCP36 is 35″ W.

  • Base Corner – Diagonal, Full Door

    Base Corner – Diagonal, Full Door

    CABINET CODE: BCFD (CSBCFD will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 36″ Only
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 36″ Only

    TO ORDER: Indicate BCFD + width + height. (i.e. BCFD3634.5 for a 36″ W x 36″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet).

    DESCRIPTION: Diagonal, full door, corner cabinet. (Note: Susans are NOT included, but may be added to this cabinet – See interior storage options). Also please note, the minimum clearance width, in halls and doorways, to accommodate this cabinet is 35″ W.

  • Base Sink Corner Cabinet

    Base Sink Corner Cabinet

    CABINET CODE: BSC (CSBSC will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 36″ Only
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 36″ Only

    TO ORDER: Indicate BSC + width + height. (i.e. BSC3634.5 for a 36″ W x 36″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet).

    DESCRIPTION: Diagonal corner cabinet, with door, false drawer front, and NO shelf. Please note, the minimum clearance width, in halls and doorways, to accommodate this cabinet is 35″ W.

  • Base Corner Pie Cut 3 Drawer

    Base Corner Pie Cut 3 Drawer

    CABINET CODE: BCP3D (CSBCP3D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 39″, 42″ Only
    Height: 31.5″ to 34.5″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 39″ and 42″ Only

    TO ORDER: Indicate BCP3D + width + height. (i.e. BCP3D3934.5 for a 39″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet).

    DESCRIPTION: Base Pie Cut Corner Cabinet with 3 drawers. (IMPORTANT NOTE: These cabinets are more complex to build than other corner cabinets. Please refer to the assembly video on website and be sure to clarify with your Cabinet Coach before ordering. NOT AVAILABLE with inset applications. NOT AVAILABLE with mitered drawer fronts. Customizable in Height only. When height changes, only lower opening changes. Separate toe platform is standard so that the cabinet can pass through doorways. A minimum door opening width of 35″ is required or cabinet will need to be assembled in its final room.

  • Base Blind Corner Cabinet Left

    Base Blind Corner Cabinet Left

    CABINET CODE: BBCL (CSBBCL will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 36″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″ and 30″ only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BBCL + width + height. (i.e. BBCR3934.5 for a 39″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). Specify the functional area (between 12″ and 21″). This will determine your blind opening area. Upright center stile is always 6″

    DESCRIPTION: Blind corner cabinet with the blind area on the LEFT side. Overall cabinet size is the actual width specified (NOTE: this is different than Conestoga’s old BBC cabinet where it was pulled from the corner. If you need to pull the cabinet from corner to provide space, you must calculate the cabinet size you need and order the cabinet in that size). full overlay cabinets use 1/2″ overlay hinges! Minimum exposed blind amount is 2.5″ to allow for adequate clearance for adjacent door/drawer front function. Excessive projection of hardware may require a greater blind area. Design and install accordingly and be careful of properly engineering clearance around appliances as they project more than cabinets will!

  • Blind Corner Cabinet Right

    Blind Corner Cabinet Right

    CABINET CODE: BBCR (CSBBCR will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 36″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″ and 30″ only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BBCR + width + height. (i.e. BBCR3934.5 for a 39″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). Specify the functional area (between 12″ and 21″). This will determine your blind opening area. Upright center stile is always 6″

    DESCRIPTION: Blind corner cabinet with the blind area on the RIGHT side. Overall cabinet size is the actual width specified (NOTE: this is different than Conestoga’s old BBC cabinet where it was pulled from the corner. If you need to pull the cabinet from corner to provide space, you must calculate the cabinet size you need and order the cabinet in that size). full overlay cabinets use 1/2″ overlay hinges! Minimum exposed blind amount is 2.5″ to allow for adequate clearance for adjacent door/drawer front function. Excessive projection of hardware may require a greater blind area. Design and install accordingly and be careful of properly engineering clearance around appliances as they project more than cabinets will!

  • Base Full Door Blind Corner Cabinet Right

    Base Full Door Blind Corner Cabinet Right

    CABINET CODE: BFDBCR (CSBFDBCR will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 36″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BFDBCR + width + height. (i.e. BFDBCR3934.5 for a 39″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). Specify the functional area (between 12″ and 21″). This will determine your blind opening area. Upright center stile is always 6″

    DESCRIPTION: Blind corner cabinet with the blind area on the RIGHT side. Overall cabinet size is the actual width specified (NOTE: this is different than Conestoga’s old BBC cabinet where it was pulled from the corner. If you need to pull the cabinet from corner to provide space, you must calculate the cabinet size you need and order the cabinet in that size). full overlay cabinets use 1/2″ overlay hinges! Minimum exposed blind amount is 2.5″ to allow for adequate clearance for adjacent door/drawer front function. Excessive projection of hardware may require a greater blind area. Design and install accordingly and be careful of properly engineering clearance around appliances as they project more than cabinets will!

  • Base Full Door Blind Corner Cabinet Left

    Base Full Door Blind Corner Cabinet Left

    CABINET CODE: BFDBCL (CSBFDBCL will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 36″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BFDBCL + width + height. (i.e. BFDBCL3934.5 for a 39″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). Specify the functional area (between 12″ and 21″). This will determine your blind opening area. Upright center stile is always 6″

    DESCRIPTION: Blind corner cabinet with the blind area on the LEFT side. Overall cabinet size is the actual width specified (NOTE: this is different than Conestoga’s old BBC cabinet where it was pulled from the corner. If you need to pull the cabinet from corner to provide space, you must calculate the cabinet size you need and order the cabinet in that size). full overlay cabinets use 1/2″ overlay hinges! Minimum exposed blind amount is 2.5″ to allow for adequate clearance for adjacent door/drawer front function. Excessive projection of hardware may require a greater blind area. Design and install accordingly and be careful of properly engineering clearance around appliances as they project more than cabinets will!

Base Cabinets – Angled/End of Run

Transition cabinets allow you to soften the hard edges of your kitchen, add interesting elements to your design, smooth the transition from deep cabinets to shallow, or just create a more open feel. Take a look at our offering below.

  • Base Angle End Cabinet

    Base Angle End Cabinet

    CABINET CODE: BAE  (CSBAE will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 24″ Only
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 24″ Only

    TO ORDER: Indicate BAE + width + height. (i.e. BAE2434.5  for a 24″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Double angle cabinet, intended to act as ‘end of run’ cabinet, to soften hard edges. Perfect near doorways by allowing cleaner ingress/egress.

  • Base End Angle (Left/Right) Cabinet

    Base End Angle (Left/Right) Cabinet

    CABINET CODE: BAE(L/R)  (CSBAE(L/R) will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 12″ Only
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 24″ Only

    TO ORDER: Indicate BAEL or R + width + height. (i.e. BAEL2434.5  for a left angled, 24″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet).

    DESCRIPTION: Angle cabinet, intended to act as ‘end of run’ cabinet, to soften hard edges. Perfect near doorways by allowing cleaner ingress/egress.

Base Cabinets - Shallow

Shallow Base Cabinets are ideal on the back of islands and peninsulas, or with doors deleted and the matching interior option selected, as an open base bookcase. Check out our selection below.

  • Base Full Door Cabinet – Wall Depth, Double Doors

    Base Full Door Cabinet – Wall Depth, Double Doors

    CABINET CODE: BWD  (CSBFDCS will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 27″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 10″ to 48″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 5.5″ to 12.5″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BWD + width + height. (i.e. BWD3034.5 for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 12.5″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with full doors, and upright center divider. (Note: heights 10″ to 22″ H get no shelves. Heights 22-1/16″ to 28″ H get 1 shelf. Heights 28-1/16″ to 40″ H get 2 shelves. Heights over 40″ H get 3 shelves).

  • Base Full Door Cabinet – Wall Depth, Butt Doors

    Base Full Door Cabinet – Wall Depth, Butt Doors

    CABINET CODE: BWD_BD  (CSBFD will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 24″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 10″ to 48″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 5.5″ to 12.5″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BWD + width + height +BD. (i.e. BWD3034.5BD for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 12.5″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with Butt doors. (Note: heights 10″ to 22″ H get no shelves. Heights 22-1/16″ to 28″ get 1 shelf. Heights 28-1/16″ to 40″ get 2 shelves. Heights over 40″ get 3 shelves).

  • Base Full Door Cabinet – Wall Depth, Single Door

    Base Full Door Cabinet – Wall Depth, Single Door

    CABINET CODE: BWD  (CSBFD will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 9″ to 24″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 10″ to 48″  in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 5.5″ to 12.5″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BWD + width + height. (i.e. BWD1834.5 for a 18″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 12.5″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with full door. (Note: heights 10″ to 22″ H get no shelves. Heights 22-1/16″ to 28″ get 1 shelf. Heights 28-1/16″ to 40″ H get 2 shelves. Heights over 40″ H get 3 shelves).

Base Cabinets – Double Entry (2 Sided)

Double entry cabinets create valuable storage for islands and peninsulas where access from both sides of the cabinet is critical. Browse our selection below and click a cabinet to see its full details.

  • Base Double Entry w/Butt Doors, Single Drawer

    Base Double Entry w/Butt Doors, Single Drawer

    CABINET CODE: BDE_BD  (CSBDE will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 24″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only. (Note: 12″, 15″, 27″, and 30″ deep available with Blum Tandem soft close drawer glides ONLY).

    TO ORDER: Indicate BDE + width + height +BD. (i.e. BDE3034.5BD  for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction. (Note: when ordering 24″ W version, a single door option is available, thus please specify as special instruction).

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with Butt doors, which is accessible from both sides. Single drawer, which is accessible from one side only, other drawer front is false. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, drawer height remains fixed at 5″ H).

  • Base Double Entry, Double Door w/Single Drawer

    Base Double Entry, Double Door w/Single Drawer

    CABINET CODE: BDE  (CSBDE2D1D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 27″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only. (Note: 12″, 15″, 27″, and 30″ deep available with Blum Tandem soft close drawer glides ONLY).

    TO ORDER: Indicate BDE + width + height. (i.e. BDE3034.5  for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction. (Note: when ordering 24″ W version, a single door option is available, thus please specify as special instruction).

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with double doors/upright center divider, which is accessible from both sides. Single drawer, which is accessible from one side only, other drawer front is false. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, drawer height remains fixed at 5″ H).

  • Base Double Entry Cabinet, Double Doors and Drawers

    Base Double Entry Cabinet, Double Doors and Drawers

    CABINET CODE: BDE  (CSBDECS will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 30″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only. (Note: 12″, 15″, 27″, and 30″ deep available with Blum Tandem soft close drawer glides ONLY).

    TO ORDER: Indicate BDE + width + height. (i.e. BDE4234.5  for a 42″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction. (Note: when ordering 24″ W version, a single door option is available, thus please specify as special instruction).

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with double doors/upright center divider, accessible from both sides. Two drawers, which are accessible from one side only, other drawer fronts are false. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, drawer height remains fixed at 5″ H).

Base Cabinets - Drawer/Door Combination

Ideal for bake centers or islands, these cabinets offer a variety of storage options all in one cabinet! Accessorize with cutlery dividers and pull out trays and you have yourself one do-it-all cabinet! Take a look at each and find one that works for you!

  • Base Combo Three Drawer Left or Right w/Butt Doors

    Base Combo Three Drawer Left or Right w/Butt Doors

    CABINET CODE: BC3D(L/R)_BD  (CSBC3D(L/R) will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 24″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BC3DL or + width + height + BD. (i.e. BC3DR3034.5BD  for a right version, 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with combination drawers above, and Butt doors below. Please note, left version has the large drawer to the left, while right version has the large drawer to right (as pictured). (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, only lower door area height changes. Drawer openings remain fixed at 5″ H and 11.5″ H respectively).

  • Base Combo Three Drawer Left or Right w/Center Stile

    Base Combo Three Drawer Left or Right w/Center Stile

    CABINET CODE: BC3D(L/R)  (CSBC3D(L/R)CS will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 27″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BC3DL or R + width + height. (i.e. BC3DR3034.5  for a right version, 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with combination drawers above, and double doors with center divider below. Please note, left version has the large drawer to the left, while right version has the large drawer to right (as pictured). (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, only lower door area height changes. Drawer openings remain fixed at 5″ H and 11.5″ H respectively).

  • Base Combo Four Drawer

    Base Combo Four Drawer

    CABINET CODE: BC4D  (CSBC4DCS will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 36″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BC4D + width + height. (i.e. BC4D3634.5  for a 36″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with combination drawers above, and double doors/upright center divider below. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, only lower door area height changes. Drawer openings remain fixed at 5″ H and 11.5″ H respectively. When width changes, drawer opening widths are equal).

  • Base 2 Door 5 Drawer

    Base 2 Door 5 Drawer

    CABINET CODE: B2D5D  (CSB2D5DCS will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 48″ to 96″  in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 34.5″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate B2D5D + width + height. (i.e. B2D5D6034.5  for a 60″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with 3 equal drawers above and drawer stack in the middle. 48″ to 72″ wide cabinets use a single door on left and right. Cabinets 60″ to 72″ can have either single doors or double doors. Cabinets 72″ to 96″ use double doors only. Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, only lower door area heights changes. Top drawer openings remain fixed at 5″ H and 11.5″ H respectively. When width changes, all openings change and remain equal. This cabinet uses a full top (not spreaders) and upright partitions between the openings.

    Important note: For inset cabinets, the upright dividers require that the assembler use shims to mount the drawer glides as the mounting brackets will not fit behind the face frame. Speak with a sales rep for more details.

Base Cabinets – Appliance

These cabinets are designed to accommodate the now widely embraced idea of putting microwaves within easy reach of folks of any stature. Many microwaves are now 'drawer' appliances and these cabinets are designed to be trimmed to accept any microwave you find.

  • Base Under Counter Microwave

    Base Under Counter Microwave

    CABINET CODE: BUCM (CSBUCM will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 24″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BUCM + width + height. (i.e. BUCM3034.5  for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with ‘set in place’ Microwave (MW) opening above the drawer. (Note: for a standard 34.5″ H cabinet, the top MW opening height is 15.75″ H. As cabinet height changes, upper MW opening height changes. Lower drawer opening height fixed at 10.25″ H). If you desire the upper MW opening to have the same interior (finish, species, etc) as the exterior of the cabinet, then specify the Matching Interior Option.

  • Built-In Under Counter Microwave

    Built-In Under Counter Microwave

    CABINET CODE: BIUCM (CSBIUCM will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 24″ to 36″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BIUCM + width + height. (i.e. BIUCM3034.5  for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with built-in Microwave (MW) opening above the drawer. (Note: for a standard 34.5″ H cabinet, the top MW opening height is 13″ H, and the MW opening width is 6″ less than cabinet width. As cabinet height changes, upper MW opening height changes. MW opening can be field trimmed 5″ in height and 3″ in width. Lower drawer opening height fixed at 8″ H).

  • Base Cooktop Cabinet

    Base Cooktop Cabinet

    CABINET CODE: BCT (CSBCT will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 30″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 42″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BCT + width + height. (i.e. BCT3034.5  for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with Butt doors above a single drawer. (Note: when height is changed from standard 34.5″ H, only the top opening changes. Drawer opening height fixed at 11.5″ H).

  • Base Cook Top Two Drawer

    Base Cook Top Two Drawer

    CABINET CODE: BCT2D (CSBCT2D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 36″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 34.5″ only
    Depth: 24″, 27″, and 30″

    TO ORDER: Indicate BCT2D + width + height. (i.e. BCT2D3634.5  for a 36″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet with two equal height drawers designed for countertop mounted cooktops.  Cabinet back recessed 3″ to accommodate and conceal supply lines.  Drawer depth is 3″ less due to recessed back.  Top drawer box is 8″ high to accommodate appliance housing, bottom drawer box is 10″

  • Base Range Three Drawer

    Base Range Three Drawer

    CABINET CODE: BR3D (CSBR3D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 30″ to 39″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 34.5″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BR3D + width + height. (i.e. BR3D3034.5  for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet, with false top drawer, and 2 operable lower drawers. (Note: as cabinet height changes, only lower opening height changes. Top and middle openings fixed at 5″ H and 8″ H respectively).

  • Base Cook Top Four Drawer

    Base Cook Top Four Drawer

    CABINET CODE: BCT4D (CSBCT4D will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 36″ to 60″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 34.5″ only
    Depth: 24″, 27″, and 30″

    TO ORDER: Indicate BCT4D + width + height. (i.e. BCT4D3634.5  for a 36″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet with four equal height drawers designed for countertop mounted cooktops.  Cabinet back recessed 3″ to accommodate and conceal supply lines.  Drawer depth is 3″ less due to recessed back.  Top drawer box is 8″ high to accommodate appliance housing, bottom drawer box is 10″

  • Base Range Top Two Drawer

    Base Range Top Two Drawer

    CABINET CODE: BRT2D (CSBRT2Dwill appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 36″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 34.5″ only
    Depth: 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BRT2D + width + height. (i.e. BRT2D3634.5  for a 36″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet for a Range top, with double drawers below. Cabinet back is recessed 3″ to allow for gas feeds, etc. Note that drawer box depth will, therefore, be 6″ less than overall cabinet depth. Both drawer boxes are 8″ high and cannot be changed. Standard appliance opening is 6″ high, but opening height is customizable from 5″ to 8″ in 1/16″ increments. Includes full floor to support the appliance.

  • Base Range Top Four Drawer

    Base Range Top Four Drawer

    CABINET CODE: BRT4D (CSBRT4Dwill appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 36″ to 60″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 34.5″ only
    Depth: 24″, 27″, and 30″ deep Only.

    TO ORDER: Indicate BRT4D + width + height. (i.e. BRT4D3634.5  for a 36″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet for a Range top, with 4 drawers below. Cabinet back is recessed 3″ to allow for gas feeds, etc. Note that drawer box depth will, therefore, be 6″ less than overall cabinet depth. Both drawer boxes are 8″ high and cannot be changed. Standard appliance opening is 6″ high, but opening height is customizable from 5″ to 8″ in 1/16″ increments. Includes full floor to support the appliance.

Base Cabinets - Decorative

These open shelf cabinets are designed to create open storage solutions where you can decorate and accessorize. They very popular in islands as a way to make them look more like furniture.

  • Base Open Unit

    Base Open Unit

    CABINET CODE: BOU (CSBOU will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 15″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 5.5″ to 30″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BOU + width + height. (i.e. BOU3034.5  for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction. Available with optional valance designs on top and bottom rails (see pg. 11.3 for valance options – Straight, Roman Arch, Classic Arch, Traditional Arch or Elegant Arch). Straight (no arch) 1-1/2″ top rail will be used unless specified. Bottom rail will be 1.5″ and will receive a toe kick unless Flush toe option (with or without an arch cutout type) is specified in special instructions.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet open shelf and optional shaped top and/or bottom rail.  Available with optional valance designs on top and bottom rails (see pg. 11.3 for valance options – Straight, Roman Arch, Classic Arch, Traditional Arch or Elegant Arch).

  • Base Pet Unit

    Base Pet Unit

    CABINET CODE: BPU (CSBPU will appear on your quote if your cabinet is not one of the standard sizes. CS = Custom Sized)

    SIZES:
    Width: 30″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Height: 31.5″ to 48″ in 1/16″ increments
    Depth: 18″ to 24″ in 1/16″ increments

    TO ORDER: Indicate BPU + width + height. (i.e. BOU3034.5  for a 30″ W x 34.5″ H cabinet). If depth other than standard 24″ is required, note as special instruction. Available with optional valance designs on top and bottom rails (see pg. 11.3 for valance options – Straight, Roman Arch, Classic Arch, Traditional Arch or Elegant Arch). Straight (no arch) 1-1/2″ top rail will be used unless specified. Bottom rail will be 2.5″ (includes bed rail) and will receive a toe kick unless Flush toe option (with or without an arch cutout type) is specified in special instructions.

    DESCRIPTION: Base cabinet open shelf and optional shaped top and/or bottom rail.  Available with optional valance designs on top and bottom rails (see pg. 11.3 for valance options – Straight, Roman Arch, Classic Arch, Traditional Arch or Elegant Arch). Bottom rail is 6-1/2″ high for all valance designs. 1″ rail extension provides a lip to keep pet bed in place (pet bed not included).

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Cabinet base

Base cabinet parts drawings with installed cabinets in a kitchen.

Learn how to build base cabinets for your next DIY project including creating plans for your own custom cabinets. 

Make sure to read the general how to build cabinets post here so you can see the different types of cabinets, pros and cons of each, a general overview of cabinet parts and general assembly. In this post we will look at specific dimensions and assembly for base cabinets.

Base cabinets are the type of cabinets you will use to build lower kitchen cabinets, kitchen islands, and bathroom vanities. You can also use them to create deeper bottoms to build in cabinets in other rooms. 

Things that make a base cabinet unique:

  • They do not have a top and instead are covered with a countertop.
  • They have a toe kick area.
  • They are deeper than other cabinets. 
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When you are building your own base cabinets, you need to figure out a few things before making your base cabinet plans. Let’s look at the different options you have when building base cabinets so you can make some decisions.

What style of cabinet do you want?

You can build your base cabinets as face frame cabinets or frameless (European style) cabinets. Read all about the different types of cabinets (including pictures) here to see what type is right for you.

How Tall are Base Cabinets?

The height of your base cabinet will depend on the type of base cabinet you are building. But remember, you can adjust them higher if you are taller than average, or lower if you are shorter than average. That is the joy of building them yourself! Just note, if you plan to sell your home someday, custom heights might be a turn off for a potential home buyer. 

Here are some standard height recommendations for various base cabinets. 

  • Kitchen Cabinets: 34 1/2″ tall before countertops
  • Bathroom Vanities: 32″ (but you can typically find ranges from 30″-36″)
  • Built ins: there is no standard, think about what you want in the space and go from there
White painted upper cabinets with soft navy base cabinets missing their doors. See how to paint unfinished cabinets at Housefulofhandmade.com.

How Deep are Base Cabinets?

The depth of you base cabinets is similar to the height, it depends on what type of cabinet you are building. But again, you are making this custom so you can do what you want!

Here are some standard depth recommendations for various base cabinets. 

  • Kitchen Cabinets: 24″ deep
  • Bathroom Vanities: 21″ 
  • Built ins: bookcases are typically 12″ deep, if you want the bottom of your built ins deeper, you can do them 15″ or even 18″ deep.

What is the purpose of a toe kick?

A toe kick is a cut out at the bottom of a base cabinet that allows for you to get closer to the cabinet because your feet have a space to go. This reduces strain on the body from leaning over. Toe kicks also bring your cabinet opening up off the floor a few inches. 

Toe kicks are very useful in kitchens and bathrooms since you spend a lot of time standing in front of the cabinets. For built in cabinets in a living room, den, etc. a toe kick is probably not necessary, but you would still want to raise the cabinet opening up off the floor a couple inches to make sure your cabinets can open easily without getting caught on carpet or other items that might be on the floor. 

Sometimes kitchen islands are build without a toe kick to look like a piece of furniture and not just cabinets in the middle of the room. To make it more comfortable to stand close to the island, you can give your countertop an extra inch of overhang. 

Kitchen remodel with homemade kitchen cabinets installed.
Toe Kick Options

There are a couple different ways you can create a toe kick for your base cabinets.

  1. You can notch the toe kick out of the side of the cabinet, then cover the front with a piece of wood.
  2. You can build a 2×4 base to set the slightly shorter base cabinet on top of, and then cover the front of the 2×4 base with wood. 

If you are building a large bank of base cabinets (like in a kitchen), building a large 2×4 base to go under all the cabinets can be an easier option. You can easily level the base with shims and secure it to the ground. Then you just have to set the cabinets on top.

Also, when building standard kitchen height base cabinets, you can get 6 sides out of one 4×8 sheet of plywood if you build the cabinets with the 2×4 base. So it can be a great way to save money and use less plywood.

If you are just building a couple cabinets, or a bathroom vanity, this might not be a cost effective or easier option.  

Leveling a 2x4 base to act as the toe kicks for the base cabinets in a kitchen.
What Size is a Toe Kick?

A standard toe kick is 3″ deep and 3 1/2″-4″ tall. A toe kick taller than 4″ does not help make standing at the cabinet easier, but will reduce the space inside the cabinet. It is not recommended that you go shallower than 3″.

Please note that if you are building a face frame cabinet on a 2×4 base, the toe kick will be slightly shorter than 3 1/2″ because the face frame drops below the base of the cabinet a little bit. This is how I built my kitchen and I do not have any issues with standing for hours at the cabinets. But my Roomba robot vacuum occasionally gets stuck under the toe kick. 

To add Drawers or Not?

Base cabinets can be built with just a cabinet area, or you can add a cabinet area with 1 drawer (typically on top). This is a great way to add extra drawer space to your kitchen. If you want a base cabinet that is all drawers, check out the how to build drawer base cabinets post.

Kitchen with cabinets installed without cabinet doors yet. Base cabinet is a drawer base and uppers are over stove.

When deciding whether you want to add a drawer to the base cabinet or not, think about the following:

  • How many drawers do I need/want?
  • Do you want all your drawers in one or two base sections or to spread your drawers around your room?
  • How tall are the items you will be storing in your base cabinets? Do you need extra space a drawer will take away?

There is no right answer to how many drawers you should have and where they should be. The joy of building your own cabinets is you get to build exactly what you want!

And for more information on drawers, check out this post for tips & trick on how to install cabinet drawers.

Base Cabinet Plans

Once you have figured out the answers to the questions above, it it time to create plans for your own base cabinets! I will walk you through how to create plans for your custom base cabinets and so you will be ready to start building.

Drawing showing the different parts of a face frame and frameless base cabinet.

Each base cabinet will have the following parts:

  • 2 side pieces
  • 1 bottom piece
  • 1 back piece
  • 2 support pieces 
    • Optional: 1 additional support piece if you want to add a drawer to your frameless base cabinet
  • Optional: toe kick
  • Optional: face frame
    • 2 face frame stiles
    • 2 face frame rails
    • 1 additional face frame rail if you want to add a drawer to your base cabinet

To build your base cabinets, you will want to use 3/4″ plywood for the most of the cabinet box. I recommend using 1/4″ plywood for the back and toe kick cover to save money and make your box lighter. 

To finish off the front of the plywood edges, you will need to either use edge banding to create a frameless cabinet or a face frame to create a face frame cabinet. Face frames are typically built from 1×2 boards (which are actually 3/4″ thick and 1 1/2″ wide). If you want a larger more noticeable frame, you can use wide boards. 

Button to buy printable PDF build plans for the face frame base cabinets.

Face Frame Base Cabinet Cut List

Use the following chart to figure out the dimensions for your all the piece of your face frame base cabinets. 

Table showing how to figure out the measurements for parts of face frame base cabinets.

Important notes for face frame cabinets:

  1. The face frames hang over the sides of the cabinets 1/4″. This makes it easier to install, but if the side of your base cabinet is going be visible, you will need to add a side panel (use 1/4″ plywood and cut it the exact size of the base sides and tack it on) or adjust your measurements to make up for the 1/4″ extra on one side. 
  2. The back panel is not set into the back with a groove, instead it is just nailed on. Because the cabinet is built in, you will only see the back panel if the side of a cabinet is visible. Fix this with the above mentioned panel (cut it 1/4″ deeper to cover the back panel) or router in grooves and adjust the back panel size to fit in those grooves. 

Once you figure out the dimensions for all you pieces, you will need to cut them out. 

Frameless Base Cabinet Cut List

Use the following chart to figure out the dimensions for your all the piece of your frameless base cabinets. 

Table showing how to figure out the measurements for parts of frameless base cabinets.

Important notes for frameless cabinets:

  1. Plywood is not actually 3/4″ thick, it is slightly smaller. And not all plywood is the exact same. I would recommend you tightly press two pieces of the plywood you are using together and measure it. You can substitute this measurement for the 1 1/2″ you subtract for the bottom and support pieces. This will give you more exacting cabinet widths.
  2. The back panel is not set into the back with a groove, instead it is just nailed on. Because the cabinet is built in, you will only see the back panel if the side of a cabinet is visible. If you are going to have visible cabinet sides, router in grooves and adjust the back panel size to fit in those grooves. 

How to Build a Base Cabinet Box

Once you have your pieces cut out, it’s time to assemble them.

Tools needed (I go into detail on how to build cabinets without expensive tools here)

  • Circular saw with guide track or table saw
  • Pocket hole jig
  • Drill
  • Impact Drive
  • Squares
  • Measuring tape
  • Clamps
    • Corner clamps and face frame clamps are super helpful

Supplies needed

  • Wood products:
    • 3/4″ plywood
    • 1/4″ plywood
    • Optional: 1x boards for face frame cabinets
    • Optional: Plywood edge banding for frameless cabinets
    • Optional: 2×4 boards for toe kick base
  • Wood glue
    • If using pre-finished plywood, use melamine glue to get strong joints
  • 1 1/4″ pocket hole screws

Cut the Toe Kick

If you are building base cabinets with a toe kick, use a circular saw or jig saw to cut it out of the front of both side boards. 

If doing a 2×4 base for cabinets, you do not need to notch out the sides, instead they are cut 3 1/2″ hotter to allow for the cabinet to sit on top of it. Instead of making lots of little bases, I like to make 1 big base for all the cabinets that will be next to each other. 

Assemble the Cabinet Box

Make sure to read the Tips for a Perfect Cabinet Box section in this post for helpful tips.

Drill pocket holes set for 3/4″ material in the sides of bottom piece. You need to have pocket holes every 4-5 inches for strong cabinet boxes. 

For face frame cabinets: also drill pocket holes in the front of the bottom piece and both side pieces. 

Line the bottom piece up with the top of the toe kick (or bottom of the side board if doing a 2×4 base for the toe kick). Secure with wood glue and pocket hole screws. Use corner clamps to make sure the piece is joined at a 90 degree angle. 

Repeat with the other side.

Attaching the bottom of the cabinet either with or without a toe kick cut in.

Attach 2 support pieces. These will help hold the box square and offer support. Use scraps of plywood to cut them. They can be 3-4 inches thick.

One will be along the top box and one will be along the back. Attach them with pocket holes using 1 1/4″ pocket hole screws.

3D drawing on the base cabinet carcass with the support pieces installed.

If you are building a frameless cabinet with drawers, use a 3rd support board to separate the drawer box from the cabinet area.

You can make the drawer as deep or shallow as you want, but you need at least 1/2″ of extra height in your drawer area than the size of your drawer box.

So if you want a 4 1/2″ deep drawer (roughly 4″ of space after inserting the drawer base), you need to install the drawer support piece 5″ below the top support. 

3D drawing of frameless cabinet with support for adding a top drawer.

Attach the back with wood glue and finishing nails.

If the sides of your cabinet are going to be visible, you may want to router a groove into the back to set the panel inside. Or you can make a side panel slightly bigger to cover the sides and back panel together. 

Also, you can cut and attach the toe kick front now, or cut it large to cover an entire bank of cabinets. 

Drawing of the back of the base cabinet with the back panel attached.

Now your base cabinet carcass is all done! 

For frameless cabinets, cover the front of the plywood with edge banding. 

For face frame cabinets, proceed to the next steps.

Assemble the Face Frame

Cut the rails and stiles for your face frame. Drill holes set for 3/4″ material in each end of the rails.

Attach the rails between the stiles so they are flush with the top or bottom. Use wood glue and 1 1/4″ pocket hole screws. 

Use a face frame clamp to keep the frame front flush and tight while attaching them. 

Drawing of the back of a cabinet face frame showing how it is assembled.

If you are building a face frame base cabinet with a drawer, cut a 3rd face frame rail and secure it the same way you did the top and bottom rails. 

You can make the drawer as deep or shallow as you want, but you need at least 1/2″ of extra height in your drawer area than the size of your drawer box.

So if you want a 4 1/2″ deep drawer (roughly 4″ of space after inserting the drawer base), you need to install the drawer rail piece 5″ below the top support. 

3D drawing of a face frame for base cabinet with a drawer on top.

Now the face frame is ready to attach to the front of your cabinet box.

The face frame will need to sit 1/4″ over each side of the cabinet. Also make sure the top is flush with the top of the cabinet box and the top of the bottom rail is flush with top of the bottom. 

Add a bit of wood glue to the front of the plywood, then use the pocket holes you already drilled in the sides and base of the cabinet to secure the face frame. 

Your cabinet is now built and ready to install. 

Tips for a Professional Cabinet that are Easy to Install

1- Router tiny chamfers on the side edges of the face frames. That way, if the cabinets do not sit perfectly flush during install, it is not as obvious.  

2- For any exposed sides of cabinets, you will want to cut 1/4″ panels to cover the sides. This will hide the pocket holes and make the side of the face frame flush with the cabinet. 

3- Cut the toe kick panel to cover an entire section of cabinets instead of individual cabinets to eliminate another edge that needs to be lined up perfectly.

4- Build your cabinet box with pre-finished plywood, then all you have to do is paint/finish the face frames to have your cabinets ready to install. See how we painted our unfinished cabinets here. 

5- Add a center stile for large base cabinets to give extra support to the center and make installing cabinet doors easier (no need to stress about the center reveal as much). 

And if there are any questions or things I forgot, leave a message and I will do my best to answer. I want to give you the confidence to build your own cabinets too!

-Kati with picture of blog author Kati
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