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I am starting to install base cabinets from IKEA starting with the corner cab and working out in both ddirections to create an L-shaped kitchen. As it turns out the corner is greater than 90 degress so fitting the cabinet tight to both walls cant happen.
Both runs of the L-shape are the same length although one side is quickly interupted by the stove. I am thinking this break will be useful in getting that run tight to the wall (after the oven), but there will still be about a 1 inch gap behind the cabs if I make the other wall flush.
How can this be addressed to make the outcome look as good as possible. Should I use shims to bump out the cabinets and then hide try and hide it all with the countertop?
Ideas are welcome