Heikki, I would make it at least 16"s deep to be really usable...24" is fairly standard here in the states for a home counter top...keep in mind that your counter top and cabinetry really needs to all compliment each other...another question is whether or not you are going to be cooking/preparing meals on that counter top or on a campground table or on auxillary tables clipped/attached to the tear....we cut our countertop piece the same width as the inside of the tear and mounted it using 3/4" AL angle...because it is a tight fit, no trim is needed...we used 3/4 Al nosing on the outer exposed edge...you know where our build pics are...don't ya.....
Madjack I dont think we,ll be doing much of cooking on the top itself..The Mrs would like for me to make a slideout table that comes out straight from the galley and would be on the side if looking into the galley..
So on it we were thinking of getting a lil gas stove such as many of you use there in the States..
Here are the dimensions of the Stove
59x 29x 11 cm, paino 5,1 kg
Or this one which dont require too much
space nor depth..I think if this one could be made so it would be on the pullout on a thin countertop maybe ...
Cramer- liesitaso 32,5 x 45 cm, asennussyvyys 5 cm. Ruostumatonta terästä. Translation is
Its a Cramer Brand, gas stove top, 32.5 x 45 and the depth is only 5 Centimeters, Stainless Steel. Sort of like it better than the 1st..
Did you mean the top cabinets then should be the 23.62 inches then as well to make them correspond to the countertop? Hopefully I understood correctly?
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