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( Above Photo: Victorian Corner Cabinet Painted Satinwood Antique 1880 )
One of the best ways to maximize space in your kitchen or any other room is by installing a corner cabinet. Unfortunately, the corner presents problems by creating a natural obstruction, making it difficult to reach into a cabinet if it's deeper than 24 inches.
When designing a corner cabinet, it's crucial to use a non-standard configuration. The corner cabinet may come in the form of the upper or base design. They enable the efficient use of space and the camouflaging of the corner.
There is no single configuration for the corner cabinet, which can be in any of the following forms:
( Above Photo: Queen Anne Corner Cabinet Walnut Bookcase )
The Lazy Susan comes with spinning turntables that provide a way to store and retrieve your items quickly. However, when you want to retrieve the items buried deep in the cabinet, you must rotate the shelves. The Lazy Susan corner cabinet can be diagonal or square, depending on your preferences.
However, the Lazy Susan may result in the loss of items behind the shelves. So, you should use the Lazy Susan to store heavier items with enormous weight. For example, if you use it for cereals, you would have to spend a lot of time cleaning behind the shelves.
The diagonal drawer corner cabinet is one of the most popular configurations. Its drawers are deeper than usual, providing massive storage space. With the slanted drawers, you can create a seamless kitchen design. This configuration is perfect for base cabinets, making it easier to pull and push diagonal drawers.
Another creative way to have a corner cabinet is to install swing-out or swiveling shelves and gliding trays. It's a clever way of maximizing the space and making it easier for your items to glide out quickly and become better accessible.
Besides being simple, shelves are cost-effective and work perfectly well in a corner cabinet. In addition to the floor shelf, you can install half shelves on either side of the cabinet. Only that it can be tricky removing items from the back without interfering with those in front. Thus, the less frequently removed items might get lost in the deep corners.
( Above Photo: Georgian Corner Cabinet - Hanging Cabinets Inlay )
The corner cabinet is essential for storing both small and oversized items. Whether you have the Lazy Susan, diagonal drawers, or shelves, you can never go wrong with a corner cabinet. It maximizes your storage space and ensures that you disguise some of your storage space.
So, don't waste that kitchen corner. Instead, convert it into a corner cabinet to increase the available storage space and functionality.
However, if your kitchen is large, you might consider sacrificing the corner space by rendering it completely inaccessible. That way, you wouldn't spend time thinking about turning the corner into a cabinet.
Don't hesitate to talk to us if you're looking for a good corner cabinet. We have a large stock of options to help you increase the storage space in your kitchen. Talk to us today!
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