What is the Standard Size for Upper Kitchen Cabinets?

It is often for many people to ask “What is the standard size for upper kitchen cabinets?”. To find the answer to that question, nowadays many people uses the internet. Yet a lot of them get unsatisfying answers – even ones that are too biased to be considered as a standard size for upper kitchen cabinets. 9 out of 10 times they don’t even get answers; the sites only selling products, tagging prices but seldomly its sizes.

Here, we’ll actually get to answer the question “What is the standard size for upper kitchen cabinets?”. In this article, I’ll explain the standard as have been taught in architecture.

the standard size for upper kitchen cabinets

the standard size for upper kitchen cabinets

From the picture above you’ll see that the standard size for upper kitchen cabinets is:

  1. The standard depth of upper kitchen cabinets is 35 cm.
  2. The standard height of upper kitchen cabinets is approximately 60 cm (60 – 64 cm). So with this, you can place the shelves with the range of 30 – 32 cm.

 

So this is my explanation regarding “What is the standard size for upper kitchen cabinets?”, referencing the book Architects’ Data written by Ernst and Peter Neufert, whereas this book has become the guideline for architecture college students in the world.

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