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Any full height corner cupboard owners around?

Posted by laughable (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 21, 14 at 22:16

I can't fit a 4' corner pantry in our plan, but I could possibly do a full height 3' corner cabinet.

Has anyone used one of these? Are they a pleasure, or something else all together?

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Drawers below, spinner above? (Shelf Genie) photo 47919531027938e4_6139-w249-h249-b0-p0---pantry_zps030bd456.jpg by Shelf Genie

Mini corner pantry photo kitchen-cabinets-modern-two-tone-202-A133b-light-wood-antique-white-corner-pantry-favorite_zps52e7f499.jpg

This looked interesting, too:
Interesting corner pantry layout photo kitchen-cabinets-modern-red-007-A124d-corner-pantry_zps7028678c.jpg

Any thoughts?

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RE: Any full height corner cupboard owners around?

Not helping at all. I love the idea of this. I can't do it, but it gives me something to think about. I am really bad about reimagining spaces. Look forward to seeing what you do.

RE: Any full height corner cupboard owners around?

I'm intrigued by the idea, too, Datagrrl. Here's one more. I wish I could see one in person to see how it is to get stuff in and out of there.
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RE: Any full height corner cupboard owners around?

The biggest issue with the idea is the acces. The door is much smaller than the cavity. That works for a step in type corner cabinet where you can fit through the door and so can the stockpot that you want to store. And it works with a piecut with a piano hinged door. What doesn't work is angled front with the single door.

RE: Any full height corner cupboard owners around?

Thanks, hollysprings, you confirmed what I was feeling a bit suspicious about. That these might be unhandy to use, especially for larger items.

I'd still love to see one in person. I've never seen one of these at any of the places I've visited. But maybe there's a reason for that.

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