How can I raise the height of my 30" island?
We just moved into a new house and for some unknown reason, it has an island that is only 30" high!? It is the weirdest thing and I need to raise it to 36". Aside from the height, the size is good for what we need and the cabinets are good quality so I would like to avoid tearing them out if possible. Has anyone out there ever run into this before? Would it be possible to modify the existing cabinets or will we have to just put in new ones? I was wondering if it would be possible to raise the countertop and put an open shelf/storage underneath it, on top of the existing cabinets? Any suggestions?
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