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Catherine Charlesworth

Units up to the ceiling: 1. OK for giants 2. At least you don't have to dust the tops which inevitably accumulate nasty greasy dirt.......

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Mabel Fox Design

Great article, I am obsessed with storage planning and I try to convince most of my clients to go up to the ceiling when when planning their new kitchen. It’s a winner, especially when floor space is tight!

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