Low cabinets are commonly called "base cabinets."
The standard depth of a low cabinet is 24 inches.
Low cabinets are frequently made to hold lighter objects like dishes, pots, and pans.
Depending on the specific cabinet design and the thickness of the material used for the cabinet, some low cabinets might be able to support the weight of granite or concrete. It might be necessary to reinforce the cabinet or have it specially made to accommodate the required weight to make sure it is sturdy enough to support the weight of granite or concrete.