By Emeric Eve. Kitchen Design. Published at Sunday, May 13th, 2018 - 18:09:47 PM.
You can still transform one of your kitchen’s corners even if you already have cabinets in place. As long as you can install wall-mounted corner shelves, there’s still a way to make up for the lost space under the counter, if any. These wooden shelves, for example, are attached to the wall-mounted cabinets on one side and continue along the walls, filling the corner in a simple and stylish manner.
Curved cabinets are really great at concealing and transforming corners. They can accommodate pull-out drawers, open shelves or lazy susan shelves which rotate for easy access to their contents. In fact, a curved corner cabinet can make a great pantry.
This is an especially good choice for a sleek kitchen where unbroken sightlines and a minimalist aesthetic call for these types of elements. Small kitchens can really benefit from these vents too, because they don’t take up valuable overhead space that could be otherwise filled with cabinets or shelving.
A simpler and more versatile option compared to some of the others we’ve mentioned is to have the wall-mounted kitchen cabinets build from end to end and to have open shelves, racks and cubbies installed around them on the adjacent walls as a way to maximize corner spaces.
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