Is a filler needed for corner cabinets
I've got a couple of questions about frameless corner cabinets. Slowly but surely, I'm pinning down details on my cabinet plans.
If I have and angled corner cabinet (wall or base), do I need to include a filler between the regular cabinets and the corner cabinet?
Also, is there any reason why I shouldn't use an angled corner base with a super susan over a pie cut corner cabinet with a super susan? I don't see many kitchens with angled base corners like that. I'm probably going with a laminate countertop if that makes a difference.
If I go with a pie cut corner cabinet, I have to decide between a miter, butt or pie joint for the door. Is it just personal preference on how you want the stiles to look in the corner or is there a functional advantage for one style over the other?