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Who makes 550 high kitchen wall units?

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by Dain1, 9 Jan 2019.

  1. Dain1

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    Or possibly, does anyone make them at all these days? My wall units are a bit tired but I have limited headroom, the sheds all seem to only have quite tall wall units. Can someone point me at a source for shorter units?

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    Dain
     
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    570 is the standard . Low ceilings?
     
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    I'm 5'9" and I can touch the ceiling flat footed, the underside of the faux tudor beams is 2230 high.

    I'd like to find something that doesn't necessarily have cornices and end panels. Olde style, I'm not looking for a dream/statement kitchen.
     

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    Cornice and pelmets are optional , you appear to have room for 570 as more than 20mm showing above cabinet in photo.
     
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    I was looking around the sheds and they all seemed to be 700ish?
     
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