The last couple posts we have focused in on cabinets and helping you become more knowledgeable about your options for kitchen cabinet designs. This post will continue that on and talk about the corner cabinet spaces.
Without skillful thought and foresight, kitchen corners can easily become dead spaces. When looking at cabinets, dead space cabinets are just for look on the outside and have no functional use for storage for your kitchen.
Blind base cabinets occur where two cabinets meet in the corner, but only one is functional. This will cause there to be some blind space in the back of the cabinet that is difficult to get to. It is the place that all the rarely used pots and pans get pushed off to and forgotten about. It is the no man’s land of kitchen items. This can be frustrating.
Now, here at Atlanta Hardwood Flooring & Cabinetry we get into custom work to help you build a custom cabinet that meets your needs and requirements. If you are looking to optimize the storage space in your kitchen we can help you come up with the best designs that will allow you to maximize your available space - including the corner spaces.
You can have your corner spaces built as diagonal cabinets so that you can still utilize that space for storage. The one thing to note is that the door will be smaller than the storage space inside. It allows you to utilize that storage space, but it may be tricker pulling items out. However, with thoughtful storage options, you can best organize your kitchen items in your corner cabinet, allowing for easy and quick access. One of the most popular storage tools is a Lazy Susan that allows you to rotate shelving to access to items in the cabinet.
We can work with you to optimize your kitchen space and custom build cabinets for your unique kitchen.
Give us a call today for your custom consultation!