Standard Wall Cabinet Depth
Most commonly wall cabinets are 12 inches deep since this provides a good compromise between storage space in the cabinets and workable countertop space below the cabinet.
Standard wall cabinet depth. The shallowest base cabinets are 12 inches deep usually a wall cabinet is used to achieve this depth. Standard is 12 to 18. The standard size is. Standard wall cabinet depth is 12 inches for manufacturers working in inches and 30cm for manufacturers working in metric measurements.
Below counter or floor cabinets. Large cabinets and pantry cabinets. Standard wall cabinet widths mirror the widths available for base cabinets ie 12 15 18 24 30 36 inches and 30 40 50 60 80cm. Standard wall cabinets are 12 15 or 24 inches deep.
For islands or other areas where there isn t enough space for such a deep cabinet the size is generally reduced by three inches at a time. Above microwave ovens a 15 to 18 inch deep cabinet is common and above a refrigerator a 24 inch deep cabinet is standard. Upper or wall cabinets. Microwave cabinets require 15 to 18.
Upper or wall cabinets. As far as depth goes a standard base cabinet is 24 inches deep. When designing a kitchen with a staggered height cabinet look it is important that you make taller cabinets 3 to 15 inches deeper. Widths may vary but other measurements must respect certain standards to ensure functionality and accessibility.