use two rows of 12in deep upper cabinets, but position vertically instead of horizontally. Do you recommend using a larger vertical upper on the bottom row and shorter uppers for the top row (I see this in traditional designs)? Or would it be better to make it symmetric and use the same sized cabinets
suggest 2 rows of upper cabs both 24" high each. The top rows are typically used for storage or for items that are not regularly used.
Hope this helps!
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upper row of cabinets, so it's possible but it depends on the size of your fridge and other appliances. The result may leave you only with 12" high cabinets along the top with an 8' high ceiling.
Conversely, you could lower the entire double row upper cabinet to maintain similar proportions and to