KNOXHULT modular kitchen makes it easier to plan, design and survive the kitchen jungle. Combine the modules, add knobs or handles, and finish with functions like organizers, waste management and lighting.
Only to be used with freestanding cooker, glass ceramic cooktop or gas cooktop.
Adjustable feet for stability on uneven surfaces.
The frame and fronts are coated with melamine, which gives a scratch-resistant surface that is easy to keep clean.
Moisture-, heat- and scratch-resistant laminate countertop; easy to clean.
You can easily mount the door front in the right position, because the hinges are adjustable in height, depth and width.
The door can be mounted to open to the left or right.
KNOXHULTBase cabinet with doors and drawerArticle Number603.722.62
This product has multiple packages.
Width: 26 ½ "
Height: 2 ¼ "
Length: 56 ¾ "
Weight: 58 lb 0 oz
Width: 25 "
Height: 2 ¼ "
Length: 48 ¾ "
Weight: 49 lb 10 oz
Width: 23 ¾ "
Height: 2 ¼ "
Length: 54 ½ "
Weight: 38 lb 2 oz
Perfect for our small kitchenJessicaPerfect for our small kitchen5
Looks great.KrisLooks great.5
Exceptional valueAlanBought to use as a free-standing cabinet on my porch. Assembly was relatively easy, fit my needs exactly.5
Nice cupboard this was ourTameraNice cupboard this was our second one.5
Great valueAmy C.It was a great value since it included everything. Only thing I wish could have been better is for a panel between the trash area and the storage area in the bottom compartment.4
Great valueJORGEGreat value5
I love this cabinet!TiquederavenThis cabinet was easy to put together.....just follow the directions exactly. It is very sturdy and a beautiful storage/cutting table addition to my sewing room.5
Has more space than expected!!ChayitoI’m very happy with this purchase!!5
Love it!yvette60Easy to put together and very sturdy. Great cabinet.5
base cabinetdanolvery easy to assemble with the exception I couldn't get the doors adjusted properly so I ended leaving them off. Also was missing 2 screws to hold the top on. I called for replacements they never arrived. I went to hardware store for replacements. Fyi it would be easier to place top on floor and turn cabinet over, position it and apply screws then flip it back over rather than trying to do it in the upright position.4
Cabinet foe.seeing roomTealpondI bought this for my sewing room. I covered it with a cutting mat and it works perfectly, just the right height, and storage to boot. Very happy with my purchase.5
Great for craft or sewing roomManwhoquiltsBought two of these and put them back to back to use as fabric storage and a giant cutting table in my sewing room. Super satisfied. They're counter height (duh), so the perfect height for me to cut fabric. The storage underneath is great as well, and the white is nice and clean. Sturdy countertops too. As I move/expand my sewing space, I'll definitely definitely buy more.5
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