Hello all, I have sort of a weird question about kitchen design... Right now I have a short wall (maybe 50") in my kitchen where there are wall cabinets installed but no base cabinets underneath. The reason for this is that my dishwasher opens along this wall...which kills the space along the lower half of the wall. The wall cabs include one "full height" cabinet coming out of the corner and then 2 "shorter" cabinets...sort of like ones you'd find above a fridge. Hopefully you all can picture that. Over the past year, we've gotten used to this setup and we utilize the floor space underneath the wall cabs for our trash can and dogs water bowls, and the wall space under the short top cabinets we have a calender and our paper towel mounted underneath. It's sort of a neat little way to utilize the space. My question is...we're redoing our kitchen pretty much completely, and I would like to keep this section of the wall the same, with top cabs but nothing underneath. I know it's a bit unorthadox, but we like it. Will this hurt me on my resale? Note: we will be living in this house likely for the next 8 years or so...so we're not redoing the space to flip and sell it right away. The reason I'd like to keep it this way is 1 budget, and 2 if I move the dishwasher and add base cabinets there it will make my kitchen seem severely smaller width-wise. My neighbors have base cabs there (same layout) and their kitchen seems extremely tight because of it. They like it but I do not. What do you guys think?