Do you have an unused kitchen corner? A well-designed corner cabinet will eliminate wasted space in your kitchen and maximize your storage.
A kitchen corner can present a tricky design challenge. Either the space goes unused or you lose items in the far-back crevices. Eliminating that wasted corner space, also known as a blind corner, can maximize your storage and cut clutter.
These ideas can help you make the most out of that troublesome corner.
Put in Pull-out Drawers
Pull-out drawers make use of that blind corner space in a new way by converting the cabinet to useful drawers. However, pull-out drawers may be the most expensive option for most kitchens, as you will need to have completely custom drawers built to fit your space. In addition, drawers don't provide an effective solution for top cabinets.
Check out a Lazy Susan
You can install a lazy Susan in your cabinets. Lazy Susans let you turn your shelves, providing access to the both front and back. These handy devices come in practically every configuration imaginable, including half-moons, pie cuts or circles. You can even install them to pull out of your cabinet and rotate to easily get at everything.
Use a Swing-out Door
Another option is to install a swing-out door that extends and folds back, providing easy access to the corner cabinet. A swing-out door offers a cost-effective option for blind cabinets because you won’t need to replace the exterior cabinet. But it doesn't always solve storage woes for tiny corners and may not be helpful for top cabinets.
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