This 9 piece set of oak kitchen cabinets features raised panel doors, brushed nickel hardware, an upper corner cabinet, and roll out shelves in one of the base cabinets. One of the drawers is marked by manufacturer Plain'n Fancy Kitchens Inc. This set is constructed with particle board and staples. Please note, there is no sink base in this set.
Features and notes regarding condition are listed alongside dimensions below for each cabinet in the order it is pictured. Close-up photos of other details are located at the end of the photo gallery.
Upper Cabinets (from left to right)
42.25" High x 42.75" Wide
31.25" High x 35" Wide x 19.5" Deep (corner cabinet)
51" High x 39.25" Wide (photographed upside down; pigeonhole shelving underneath)
42.25" High x 48" Wide
Base Cabinets (from left to right)
34.75" High x 21" Wide
30.5" High x 19.5" Wide (4 drawers; missing toe kick underneath)
34.75" High x 15" Wide (4 drawers)
29.5" High x 15" Wide (3 drawers)
34.75" High x 39" Wide (note: door doesn’t close all the way due to a strip inner trim hitting the base)
The photos included in this listing show the item you will receive. Listing includes only what is described and no additional items are included. Please review this listing carefully, and raise any questions before purchasing.
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