Dabei seit: 22. May 2021
Corner Kitchen Cabinet Solutions
Corner kitchen cabinets are the loneliest, darkest, and most remote space in your kitchen.Get more news about China Blind Corner Basket,you can vist our website!
It's not where you find the much-used, much-appreciated coffee cups or China. Rather, it's where you find castaway items from decades ago.
It's the dreaded blind cabinet corner. It's found in both kitchens or bathrooms—anywhere with cabinets—but mostly in kitchens because that's where you'll find cabinets that meet at corners.Kitchen cabinet corners, whether we're talking about bases (lower) or walls (upper), are deep, dark, and inaccessible. It's what happens when simple geometry meets up with most homes' scarcity of space.
The etymology is simple: it's called a blind corner because, when reaching into it, you reach blindly:
Deep: Corners can be close to 50% deeper than cabinets on either side. For example, base cabinets tend to be 24" deep. But at corners, they are 34" deep.
Dark: Where the light don't shine? You bet. Light is scarce in corner wall cabinets, worse in corner bases.
Inaccessible: Reach is hard. If you're not trying to reach straight into the corner (a long distance), you're reaching into the sides (where you can't see).
Pictured is one way to solve the problem of blind kitchen corner cabinets. Instead of trying to use the corner as a storage area—which entails daily usage and continual reaching far back in the cabinet for items—you eliminate the idea of a cabinet.
Installing a wall oven in the corner is an inspired idea because all of that hard-to-access dark corner area is occupied by the oven's electrical parts.
Sabine Schoenberg, a successful kitchen designer and author of Kitchen Magic: Secrets to Successful Kitchens, says that "[c]orners in base cabinets are always tricky. Circular Lazy Susans used to be the only option. But fortunately today, there are great, so-called 'blind corner pullouts.'"
Blind corner pullouts are available from most major kitchen cabinet manufacturers at the time of installation. Alternatively, if you already have cabinets in place, companies like Rev-a-Shelf offer remodel solutions.