How to Get A Ceiling Kitchen Cabinet : Things to Consider

When planning a new kitchen or major renovation, one of the most important decisions is to upgrade the top wall to the ceiling or the closet above. Most homes designed in the past 50 years have kitchens that are 32 or 36 inches tall. Plus, with a gap of 1 to 2 feet between the top of the cabinet and the ceiling for the kitchen. There is a good reason for this, as wall cabinets made of this material are easily accessible by most people standing on the floor or using short stairs. However, in recent years has returned to the walls from ceiling to ceiling. Besides providing more storage space, this setup can work with historic design times and modern kitchens. But the decision is harder than you might think. There are many factors that affect the decision, including design preferences, ceiling height, budget, and ceiling details.

Ceiling Kitchen Cabinet : Design preferences

If you don’t like the visual (or functional) look of ceiling mounted wall cabinets, then don’t dig deep. So, start with this simple question: Do you like smooth, regular photos? With shelves that go up to the ceiling? And are larger shelves more attractive at work?

Some people prefer the full block of expansion cabinets that don’t have space on them. For others, the hobby works more. Additional shelves provide more storage space and eliminate dead space that collects dust.

Before you think that that extra storage space is the best, know that storage cabinets near the ceiling aren’t easy to get to. For most people, the top shelf is for seasonal items or less used plates and utensils. One option is to install a roll-up bookcase in your kitchen. This can improve access to tall cabinets and work beautifully on its own.

Ceiling Kitchen Cabinet

If you don’t like the visual (or functional) look of ceiling mounted wall cabinets, then don’t dig deep. So, start with this simple question: Do you like smooth, regular walls? With ceiling-to-ceiling furniture? And are larger shelves more attractive at work?

Some people prefer the full block of expansion cabinets that don’t have space on them. For others, the hobby works more. Additional shelves provide more storage space and eliminate dead space that collects dust.

Before you think that that extra storage space is the best, know that storage cabinets near the ceiling aren’t easy to get to. For most people, the top shelf is for seasonal items or less used plates and utensils. One option is to install a roll-up bookcase in your kitchen which can improve access to tall cabinets and work beautifully on its own.

Budget

It should noted that if you choose to install wall cabinets up to the ceiling, you will face higher renovation costs. Cabinets are already the most expensive form of kitchen remodeling, and buying a high-end cabinet or adding a second row of cabinets can add to the cost. If you’ve installed a monitor but it looks like an incredible price, then a false panel that attaches to the ceiling is your best bet. Another option is to set the cap. That is, we design and complete the gutters that lower the height of the ceiling above the shelf to join the upper shelf.

Ceiling details

Beams and other architectural elements can add another layer of confusion to the concept of shelf height. For ceiling beams, whether they provide a load-bearing structure or just a decoration (which is usually the case), it is best to have a good top shelf at the bottom of the ceiling. If you plan to use the cabinet to the full height, it is best to ask the carpenter to remove the beams.

Other constructions can also cause serious problems. Copper ceilings, for example, depend on the symmetrical shape that disappears as soon as the cabinet wall is attached to the ceiling. Standard cabinets also allow indirect lighting by fixtures mounted on top of the cabinet. This function disappears when the cabinet is completely installed on the ceiling.

And if your kitchen has beautiful built-in plastic moldings, you may need to remove them to install a full-height wall cabinet and not be able to return to the cabinet. Before doing this step, you must ask yourself which is the best view: full height cabinet or decorative molding.

There is no right or wrong when it comes to the height of the shelves, it is just personal preference. The decision is made to carefully consider how much space you have, what you need and what you are looking for.

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