The one-line cabinet is to place all the electrical appliances and cabinets along one wall, and the work is carried out in a straight line. This compact and efficient narrow kitchen design is ideal for small to medium families or housing where only one person is working in the kitchen at a time. If you use this design in a large kitchen, it may create too much distance between different functions. Consider using double-row wall cabinets or adding high wall cabinets to maximize the use of wall space.
Don't look at the L-shaped cabinet, it's just an extra corner. Using this turning point on the cabinet can add a lot of fun to the life of the kitchen and realize many new functions. It is the most common kitchen design and is ideal for small spaces. Dividing the work area between two adjoining walls in this way creates the ideal work triangle. Stoves, sinks, sterilizers, and refrigerators, with worktops between each workstation, prevent spills and overcrowding.
The installation process of the adjustable legs may be much more complicated than the skirting line because the adjustment feet are one by one, and at least 4 or so need to be installed under a cabinet, and screw holes are also required to fasten the adjustment feet and the cabinet together. , The complexity of the process far exceeds the installation of the skirting. In the four corners of the cabinet can see four screw holes arranged like a square. These are the screw holes that are connected to the adjustment feet. We only need to align the four holes on the adjustment feet with the four screw holes on the cabinet. After tightening the screws, such an adjustment foot is installed.