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#1 posted 10-08-2018 11:11 PM


Easier if you make the toe kick separate.

- Pompeio

What is normally done for a separate toe kick? Is that normally the add-on legs, whether they are hidden or visible, or do people sometimes make some sort of riser out of plywood, inexpensive lumber, etc?

- Andrew714

A separate toe kick will make a big difference if you’re using 60×60 baltic birch since you can get four 30” tall side panels out of a sheet and still have a 34” tall cabinet before the top. An integral toe kick will make panels too tall for that.

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