Planning a kitchen layout is very exciting but some aspects can be vexing, particularly the best way to deal with kitchen corner cabinets. Designed poorly, these cabinets can be frustrating because they are too large and items in the back are not accessible. Skip the kitchen corner cabinet and you have wasted precious storage space. While most stock cabinet solutions simply offer some variation of lazy susan shelving, there are lots of other treatments for kitchen corner cabinets.
One option is to eliminate the issue entirely by angling the kitchen corner cabinet, as in this gorgeous neutral kitchen. The angle give you a wider opening and makes the space inside easier to organizes and access
This design from Arrex Cucine demonstrates how mixing different heights of cupboards and shelving can solve the dilemma of a kitchen corner cabinet without sacrificing storage or style.
This stylish kitchen from Comprex uses a similar strategy to deal with kitchen corner cabinets by mixing heights along with sliding doors and drawers in addition to shelving. It’s visually attractive and functionally superior to many traditional corner cabinet options.
Even the corner of the island can prove to be a challenge when it comes to designing an attractive and useful kitchen corner cabinet. Here, Febal Casa has increased the utility of the extended kitchen cabinet by inserting a slab that serves as a casual dining surface.
Counter-height dining or workspace is also an option for a corner. With an unexpected angle on the cabinet under the counter, this light-colored kitchen corner is good looking and accessible.
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