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Ideas for existing corner cabinet without a lazy susan?

Posted by CKGM (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 5, 12 at 18:25

My parents just bought a house with a brand new Kraftmaid kitchen but there is nothing in the lower corner cabinet to make it more usable. I want to add something after market to help them out. I have a super suzan in mine that I love but that came with the cabinet. Anyone know a good company for a sturdy lazy susan to add to the cabinet? Or do you have a better option?
Thanks!


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RE: Ideas for existing corner cabinet without a lazy susan?

Rev-a-shelf has a couple of options. Some are rather pricey, though.

Here is a link that might be useful: Rev-A-Shelf corner cabinet pullouts


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RE: Ideas for existing corner cabinet without a lazy susan?

Someone posted a DIY option recently.
I can search on my computer tomorrow


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RE: Ideas for existing corner cabinet without a lazy susan?

What exactly is there now? I mean, is it a blind cabinet, or equal-armed ell?


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RE: Ideas for existing corner cabinet without a lazy susan?

depends on how the opening there is set up -

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or possibly -

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RE: Ideas for existing corner cabinet without a lazy susan?

If it's an angled or easy reach corner, I recommend a Korner King which can be installed after market. I'm really happy with mine.

Here is a link that might be useful: Korner King


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RE: Ideas for existing corner cabinet without a lazy susan?

boy, that cornerking is awesome! I'm sure the price is also - but that sure is good storage!


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RE: Ideas for existing corner cabinet without a lazy susan?

The Korner King price is actually not that bad compared to Rev-A-Shelf, especially in relation to quality and function. I recommend the two-drawer model which is over $100 cheaper than the three-drawer, unless you really needed a short drawer for stuff. I am pretty sure mine was $299 plus $55 shipping, but it was the more expensive line and you could do the value line. Not cheap, but worth it, especially since you can retro-fit it.


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