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I have a very narrow space (12 inch deep) by my back door that I would like to have as a row of "lockers." I think the kitchen cabinets would work well except the space is only 170 cm (roughly 66 inches) tall before there is an opening in the wall looking into my kitchen. I thought I would use hooks inside for coats and keep toys in another set. The only problem is that I can't figure out how I can work with that height restriction. Do you think I could use a high
cabinet and cut it down?
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You could use the 12 or 15 in wide wall cabinets in a 39" height and set them on a row of fan cabinets that are 24" high for a total of 63 inches. Here is an example of four 15 inch cabinets above two 30 inch fan cabinets. They are 12 inches deep.
Oh, one more thing, you might want to think about where you want to put the hooks...the backing of the cabinet will not support it. I'd suggest either the side of the cabinets or through the top instead.
This is from a store display (obviously), and a little wider than you can use, but it shows the locker idea. I like how they put magnetic clips on the door hinges! Note the hooks from the tops of the cabinets.
"polyforum"?? I feel like I need to wash my ears out with soap.
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