Do you have a useless corner cabinet that hides long lost platters and never used appliances in their deep dark recesses? You know, the one cabinet you have to send your child into to get anything out of. There are solutions! If this cabinet is in a peninsula, consider cutting a door in the backside for ease of access. This is often a great storage area for placemats, napkins and other table related items since the peninsula is often closest to your breakfast table.
Another option for this dead corner would be to install a half susan that pivots and pulls out of the corner, allowing you to easily access and store items. For several options and sizes, check out www.revashelf.com This product is also called a blind corner susan. Installation is relatively simple as long as you follow the directions. You will be amazed at how much you can actually store in this space once it is accessible.
Never worry, this is not the only solution to maximizing the space in your cabinets. Next time we will explore another possibility. If there is a specific area that you have and you wonder how it could be better utilized, email me at Jessica@thecabinetman.net and let’s see if we can’t find a solution to your problem.