Kitchen base cabinets and wall cabinets don’t need to line up with each other in terms of the individual width of each cabinet. In fact, we don’t recommend you try to line them up. It is best to create a nice balanced arrangement on the upper, independent of the lower. Its more important that the cabinets be functional, and thus, choosing a cabinet to serve a purpose it better than choosing one to match the cabinet below or above.

The overall width of base cabinets to wall cabinets, on the other hand, should line up with each other or show some form of symmetry with additional shelves or a party unit etc.

If you need help designing your kitchen, be sure to take advantage of our free in-store kitchen design service. While you don’t need to book an appointment, we recommend you ring ahead to make sure our kitchen salesperson Fiona or store manager Matt are available. You can call our showroom on (08) 9378 2233. Alternatively, to design your kitchen independently, consider using our 3D Kitchen Planner. The planner will ask you to create your room from your measurements and then let you select your kitchen products and materials.