How High Should Have Bathroom Cabinets to Accommodate the Knees?

May 18th

The height of bathroom cabinets determines the specific functions available in space. If you are building or redesigning a master bath and want knee space under cabinets or sink your counters must meet height requirements.

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Traditional bathroom cabinets

Standard height toilet

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The home builders recommend Star Craft heights between 81 and 110 cm. This height range leaves room for an adult’s knees fit under bathroom cabinets. Generally, the higher is the stool must be higher to accommodate space.

Final Height

Note the final height of your bathroom cabinets before installing them. “Ask the Builder” claims that many people like the tall cabinets, which placed caps 38 mm in their designs. The top of cabinet hidden connections between the cabinets and countertop makes the uniform look like furniture.

Accessible sink

The Ohio Housing Locator provides that an accessible lavatory must be 74 cm of space for the knees. If the knee space is greater than 74 cm you may have trouble getting to the taps. If the knee space is less than 74 cm is likely to hit knees on the sink under the counter. Choose cabinets that meet a minimum of 74 cm of space for the knees.