Kitchen Cabinetry

Kitchen cabinetry refers to the built-in kitchen fixtures used for storing cooking equipment, food products, tableware, and utensils. Often accommodating common fixtures such as refrigerators, oven ranges, hoods, and dishwashers, kitchen cabinetry is measured and designed to fit unique kitchen layouts and home styles. Kitchen cabinetry is comprised of cabinets designated as a kit-of-parts that include wall units, base units, sink units, drawer units, corner units, oven units, utility and pantry units, and filler units.

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Kitchen Cabinetry Clearances
Kitchen cabinetry must maintain clearances between counters and cabinets to simultaneously accommodate the human body and the use of cabinets and drawers. A total clearance of 60”-66” | 152-168 cm can comfortably provide adequate space for both a circulation zone and workzone.
Dimensioned plan drawings of clearances between sets of kitchen cabinetry noting circulation and work zones
Kitchen cabinetry must maintain clearances between counters and cabinets to simultaneously accommodate the human body and the use of cabinets and drawers. A total clearance of 60”-66” | 152-168 cm can comfortably provide adequate space for both a circulation zone and workzone.
Dimensioned plan drawings of clearances between sets of kitchen cabinetry noting circulation and work zones
Kitchen Cabinetry Clearances

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Total Clearance: 60”-66” | 152-168 cm
Workzone & Circulation (Minimum): 48” | 122 cm
Workzone (Minimum): 36” | 91 cm
Circulation Zone: 24”-30” | 61-76 cm
Counter Width: 24” | 61 cm

Drawings include:
Kitchen Cabinetry clearance plans, clearance plans (people)

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