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How can we make best use of a corner cabinet in our kitchen?

Asked by Tom2001 (6 points ) May 19th, 2010

We are remodeling our 1979 kitchen. We have four corner cabinets (two below the counter, two above) that occupy a lot of space but are difficult to use effectively. One has a “lazy susan” system that lets things fall back into the black hole behind it. All four are awkward and under-used. Are there better ways of utilizing that precious storage space? Are there specialized products that enable better use that space?

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njnyjobs's avatar

Lazy Susans and Blind Corner Pull-out shelves are 2 solutions available for this application.

gemiwing's avatar

Here is a good product. Forgive the horrible music in the product demo.

Here is a pull out cabinet that will also work well if you are redoing the cabinets.

Yetanotheruser's avatar

I would go for the pull out shelves if they are wall cabinets, or drawers (they might be called deep shelves) for the base cabinets.

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YARNLADY's avatar

For our upper cabinet, I had a glass door installed at an angle like this and for the two lower cabinets, we have lazy susans with lips to prevent anything falling off.

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