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RE: kitchen & anemone

At a previous home some of the top cabinets where deeper than usual. I
was forever hitting my head on them when working at the counter till I
used to it. 

At yet another house, there were cabinets embedded into the walls. Just
deep enough for a row of can goods on adjustable shelves, but worked
great and didn't take up any floor space.

Sorry to hear about your kitty....

IL, Zone 5

> The cabinets will go the ceiling and added a whole wall of floor to
> ceiling
> cabinets. Plus the top cabinets will be 15" deep rather than the
> 13"
> deep.

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