Larder unit

Discussion in 'Kitchen Fitters' Talk' started by big_bad_bob, Oct 24, 2006.

  1. big_bad_bob

    big_bad_bob New Member

    I have to fit a larder unit into a corner. The side wall is out of true such that if I set the unit vertical there will be a gap of about 1 cm at the bottom, nothing at the top. What is the usual solution to this problem? I don't really want to leave a gap. If I scribe an infill to fit the gap I'm worried it will be very fragile and I'm not sure how good it will look. I've got a small amount of room to play with, so I could move the unit sideways an inch or so and put in a slightly wider infill if people think that would be better.


  2. Jonny Round Boy

    Jonny Round Boy New Member

    As you aluded to at the end of your post, a wider filler (say 35mm at one end & 25mm at the other) would look better than a filler 10mm wide at one end tapering to nothing.

    It's personal opinion, but I'd move it over the extra inch.
  3. britishblue

    britishblue New Member

    I agree with JRB.

  4. gint

    gint Member

    me too
  5. flying sctsman

    flying sctsman New Member

  6. big_bad_bob

    big_bad_bob New Member

    Thanks guys. I'd pretty much decided that it would have to be done that way, but it's nice to get another opinion or two.


  7. sinewave

    sinewave Screwfix Select

    Brown Gaffer tape?

  8. Jonny Round Boy

    Jonny Round Boy New Member

    I thought gaffer tape only came in black & silver...?
  9. sinewave

    sinewave Screwfix Select

    I have White & Green on the Van at the mo, as well as Black, but no Silver! :(
  10. flying sctsman

    flying sctsman New Member

    anyone spotted the spark ;)
  11. sinewave

    sinewave Screwfix Select

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