Should kitchen cabinets go all the way to the ceiling?

Should kitchen cabinets go all the way to the ceiling?

When mapping out the plans for your kitchen remodel, there’s a plethora of design details to consider – especially when it comes to pinning down the size and style of your cabinets. In a traditional home, upper-level wall-hung cabinets typically measure between 32 and 36 inches tall, leaving a space of around one or two feet above. 

However, in modern kitchens – particularly in urban locations where space is at a premium – running cabinets to the ceiling is a smart way to incorporate extra storage. As well as the practical advantage of having extra space to stash small appliances and utensils, ceiling-height units create a smooth, fuss-free aesthetic, and avoiding creating a dust trap on top of the cupboards. 

https://www.livingetc.com/advice/should-kitchen-cabinets-go-all-the-way-to-the-ceiling

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