The well-known sentiment that the kitchen is the heart of the home could easily turn into the kitchen is the heartache of the home if the cabinetry is poorly designed and inadequate. Bottom corner cabinets in particular create wasted space, and make it difficult for homeowners to retrieve items stored in the back of the cupboard. Thankfully, there are options of storage systems that are built to address blind corner cabinet issues and help solve this dilemma.
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A pull-out shelving unit is similar to regular shelves, but allows homeowners to have easy access to items usually buried in the back of regular bottom corner cabinets. They are built to eliminate wasted space and easily slide back into the cabinet after use. These slide-out units are often available for left and right corner cabinets and feature baskets, which provide secure storage for pots, pans and containers. Prices range from £325 to £520.
An upgrade from the lazy Susan, the no-centre pole design super Susan is made from sturdy materials and comes with deep shelves outfitted with their own turntables. A super Susan easily bears the weight of heavy pots and pans, kitchen appliances and bulky dry goods. Another version, which comes with a shallow shelf and circular surround cabinet, efficiently stores spices without the nuisance of items getting lost in the back or falling off the sides. Prices range from £325 to £455.
Rotating Recycle Center
A rotating recycle centre provides efficient storage for waste and recycle bins, allowing them to rotate freely on a diameter pole. If you're a do-it-yourself person, you can install the unit quickly and easily, as it comes pre-assembled. Choose from different types of storage units: the under mount slide, the side mount (which allows precise door alignment), or the bottom mount (which provides stability). They each come with a soft close feature option which eliminates slamming. Prices range from £117 to £152.
The corner draws come pre-assembled and slide out to allow easy access to items. For organisation and maximum storage capacity, these draws can be outfitted with a top and bottom tray to store cutlery, spatulas, ladles and other large items. Prices range from £39 to £65.
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