The 5 Best Uses for a Corner Kitchen Cabinet

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There is no such thing as too much storage space in modern kitchens. In a room that can easily become full of clutter and is utilized by your entire household every day, maximizing storage space is essential. When thinking about maximizing kitchen space, a corner kitchen cabinet is often thought to be useless and, at times, inconvenient. How much can really be done with a corner cabinet? Isn’t it just useless space?

When utilized correctly, a corner cabinet can actually serve as an effective space for keeping important items handy and is not something that should go to waste.

Here are the 5 best uses for a corner kitchen cabinet.

1. Lazy Susan

The spinning shelves of a Lazy Susan make items in storage easier to access while making the most out of an unconventional or otherwise inconvenient space. You can use a Lazy Susan to store pots and pans, small kitchen appliances, spices, and more. This is one of the easiest and most effective ways to utilize the limited space in a corner kitchen cabinet

2. Cornered Drawers

Although not the most traditional design, cornered drawers are built into a cabinet space and can help convert an awkward-sized corner cabinet into a usable amount of storage space. Cornered drawers might not work for every style of interior space, but if you can incorporate them into your kitchen, they can be used to effectively store small items like utensils or paper products.

3. Hidden Trash Cans

Whether your corner cabinets are large or small, they can likely be used to effectively conceal a trash can. Many homeowners install special doors or pull-out drawers that allow for a larger trash can to be effectively removed. Corner kitchen cabinets can be the perfect place to keep a trash can that you want to keep handy, but might not want to have on display in your otherwise beautiful kitchen.

4. Open Shelves

Instead of trying to make use of an awkward-sized cabinet drawer, you could renovate a corner kitchen cabinet into an open shelving unit. This will allow you to store medium to larger-sized items like plates and small appliances with full visibility.

5. Tall Cabinets

If open shelving does not work for your kitchen, you can still maximize storage space by placing a tall cabinet on your corner countertop. This serves as the perfect place to store dishes or cookware items that you want to keep handy.

To learn more about corner kitchen cabinets and the roles they can serve in your kitchen, contact Cabinet IQ by calling (512) 706-9139 or emailing [email protected].

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