How do I fill the gap between IKEA cabinets?
Hi I need suggestions for the cabinets I built. Did some IKEA cabinets However after installing there is some space left around the closets, Ideally I would want them to be closed with similar material. Any suggestions for the same ? Pics below:
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I would look for some sort of 'cabinet filler', you may be able to find at a hardware store.
I have used 2 way tape for storage drawers on my desk. If the gap isn't too great. Works fine and really holds the frame in place even when loaded with paper.
Thin wood filler strips and paint the same color of the cabinets.
Ikea sells filler strips to match all their cabinets.
I have a question...are the cabinets just placed or ate they secured to the back wall? The reason I ask is if they ate not sevured you can tighten them up by using plate brackets. These will secure the cabinets one to the other essentially making them one unit.
Build a 2x4 frame, or smaller if needed, set back in then, apply molding around.
We have just started installing our Ikea cabinets. Very happy with the construction of them. We used the rails to hang them. Cupboards that are beside each other need to be screwed together. In areas where there is a space to allow a door to open we ordered a filler piece. It comes in a 4x8 board the color of your cabinets. You need to cut it to size. The staff in the kitchen planning area are super helpful.
For the end cabinate you can buy end panels, these will butt upto the wall.
Remove the baseboard molding to get them closer to the wall and use molding to hide the gaps. To get the cabinets closer together, remove the doors, clamp and use screws to hold them together. Good luck on whatever you do that works for you.