I replaced all my kitchen cabinets with Lowes Arcadia cabinets. I made measurements of all my previous cabinets and placed my order using the same dimensions. Everything fits except for one 24x35 cabinet:
The old cabinet I replaced was 24x35 as well, but the drawers were narrower. Without the pull knob on the right perpendicular drawer, I am barely able to pull out the left side drawer. I am thinking, should I cut the face of the top left drawer on the far right side so I have enough clearance to pull out the drawer? Maybe leave the cut out face attached to the cabinet for appearance's sake? Or should I just suck it up and buy a smaller 18x35 cabinet? I'm not thrilled about dropping another hundred bucks because of less than 2 inches; also, the smaller cabinet would be waste of space on its right side (about 6 inches of dead space).
Note that while drilling left side cabinet to attach it to the cabinet besides it (the kitchen sink base cabinet) with a poor quality Kobalt titanium bit, the bit broke off and was impossible to remove without digging it out of the wood. So the cabinet is slightly damaged and not possible to return to Lowes.