See here the list of Top 10 best kitchen cabinets. Read the buying guide and other important factors before making a selection for you or any of your dear ones.

Special kitchen cabinets

There are a large number of cabinet types with the most diverse dimensions. Only the widths of the kitchen cabinets are consistent with most manufacturers:

Base cabinets: 30, 40, 45, 50, 60, 80, 90, 100 and 120cm

Tall cabinets: 30, 40, 45, 50 and 60cm

Wall units: 30, 40, 45, 50, 60, 80, 90, 100 and 120cm
For some manufacturers, there are also intermediate sizes such as 25 or 35cm and special designs on request.

Here are some examples:

Here you see a cabinet in a particularly wide grid, which offers space for oversized extracts. In such drawers find whole dishes series place. With just one hand, pull out the statements and you have an orderly overview of the content.

In a cabinet with two drawers and two pull-outs, for example, cutlery and crockery can be stored. The cutlery placed in the upper part of the cabinet is quickly available when needed.  Narrow base cabinet with two large drawers for stowing cooking accessories such as Pots and pans and an inner drawer for cooking utensils. Depending on the interior, spices, bottles and chopping boards can also be disposed of here.

Base cabinet with inner drawer or inner drawer: This cabinet with hidden drawer offers another storage option for small parts, without disturbing the front image. A reduced-acting pitch is desired especially in handle-less kitchens.

Example of the ideal base for kitchen supplies: The full drawers of the practical base are equipped with very high side walls so that e.g. can also easily store tinned food, rice and noodle packs.

Base cabinet with base drawer for more storage space: Classically, pedestal drawers are used in the cabinet unit underneath the oven. Thus, the baseboard does not remain unused and houses utensils such. Baking trays or cake pans.

This sink cabinet uses the available space under the sink optimally: Since the cabinet is equipped with a full-extension, the recyclables separation is easy thanks to good accessibility. There is also a practical inner drawer.

Base cabinets: corner solutions

Corner base cabinet with spacious full extensions.

In every kitchen, which is planned in L-shape or U-shape, there are corners that would have to be left unused without sophisticated solutions. To avoid dead corners and to be able to make optimal use of every inch of storage space in the kitchen, there are corner cabinets in the form of a corner locker, SPACE CORNER, Le Mans cupboard, MagicCorner cupboard or semi-circular cupboard. Diagonal solutions for sink, stove and hob cabinets can also be planned so that corners can even be used as work centres.

Here are some examples:

Here is an example of a particularly practical corner solution: The SPACE CORNER corner cabinet has comfortable full-length drawers that offer plenty of space for kitchen utensils.

The extensions of the SPACE CORNER Corner Base Cabinet offer additional storage space and can be well organized with suitable interior fittings.

Example of a so-called Magic Corner corner base cabinet. This cabinet makes it easier to use the storage space in the hard to reach corner. Unlike a Rondellschrank the trays do not turn in this case but can be pulled out in its entirety.
Also, a so-called Le Mans corner base cabinet makes an intelligent and clear use of the corners in the kitchen possible. With the Le Mans extract, the trays with pots will suit you as well as the Magic Corner extract. Externally, the uniform front appearance remains.

Countertop cabinets are planned as a diagonal cabinet, corner cupboard, glass top cabinet, shelf cabinet, Venetian blind cabinet or display cabinet. Although they are often counted among the upper cabinets, but this particular cabinet type deserves its own category at this point. Countertop cabinets are directly on the worktop. In other words, where a top cabinet is planned, a niche is created. Each centimetre is used in height for storage space. There are the cabinets in different heights to be able to flush with the other cabinets in the kitchen.

Here are some examples:

Example of a display case cabinet. Most often, countertops are used to design showcase solutions. No room for a freestanding kitchen buffet? A coordinated combination of base cabinets and top cabinet meets the look of a sideboard quite accurately. Herewith glass doors in country style.

Roller cupboard cabinets allow all contents to disappear in the blink of an eye – and all without bulky doors that stand in the way when they are open. Likewise, in a closet with a practical louvre door, sockets are also installed so that toasters, kettles and co. Find an inconspicuous place in them.

Special kitchen cabinets

There is also a whole range of other special kitchen cabinets, for example, a niche cabinet, special pull-out cupboard, waste cabinet, bottle drawer cabinet, bread cupboard or bread slicer cabinet, as well as basket compartments and individual shelving units. When it comes to personalization and customization of your kitchen, almost nothing is impossible today. You know best what features make working in the kitchen the easiest – starting with the kitchen cabinets. And much is possible at this planning level as well.

Here are some examples:

Granted, this solution is rather unusual. But if you iron in the kitchen or want a consistently attractive designed utility room, the ironing board can be integrated in the base cabinet. After work, the ironing board disappears discreetly in the closet.

Example of a waste collector integrated in the lower cabinet: A generous waste separation system can be easily accommodated in a base cabinet of appropriate width and depth. An extract facilitates access compared to a dustbin that is immovable in the base cabinet. This makes waste separation child’s play.