An overview of some of our toe kick options including standard toe, flush toe, arched valance toe and furniture feet.

10 thoughts on “Toe Kick Options

  1. If you get a flush toe end for the base cabinet how do you finish the corner with molding so that you don’t see the toe kick end? And without using a faux foot?

    1. If you order a flush toe, there is no toe notch in the cabinet side, the side of the cabinet goes to floor as well.

  2. Hi. My name is Denine. I had a Island from Home Depot but my contractor built a wall behind it and it messed with wrapping my mullion door cabinet end caps being wrapped now at my end caps of the island there are toe kick areas and I hate it. He already laid the vinyl flooring and he wrapped a quarter round floor molding under there (toe kick area). I like the idea that you have in your video of putting decorative feet under there to dress it up. Can you please help me. Thank you.

  3. Hi – I’ve got a floor cabinet that doesn’t entirely cover over the air register, there’s still half the air register exposed when the cabinet is placed. Is there a particular way to address this?

    1. Best bet is to either order the cabinets deeper, order them with a flush toe kick and then put the register in the flush toe or move the duct backward into the footprint of a standard base cabinet.

  4. Hi, we installed our island and our floor slopes. We made the island level but now that we are putting the toe kick on it looks a bit awkward as we needed to cut it where to flooring is higher. The difference in height from one side to the other is 1/4 of an inch. Do you have any advice to help make it look better or do we need to ignore it and move on?

    1. I cant seem to locate an order from you with us and without knowing the details of your cabinets I cannot answer with complete certainty, but it sure seems you could use some simple shoe molding. I would contact who you purchased from with this question.

  5. Any advice on how to install the pieces that make up a side toe kick? I understand they’re meant to make a box beneath the cabinet that’s located (side to side) by a pair of dovetail grooves, but what method can you recommend to locate this box front to back and secure it in position?

    1. There are a few routes you can take to secure this. It is meant to be set 3″ from the side and front, back. So you can flip the cabinet and mark and install in that manner. Using blocking on the inside of the toe kick box so you can fasten the hidden scrap blocking up into the cabinet floor, with short screws so they do not penetrate into the cabinet, and then through the face of the toekick box to fasten to the blocking.

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