|Forum topic by exterminate||posted 08-14-2013 02:34 PM||963 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
08-14-2013 02:34 PM
I’m helping a co-worker with his kitchen project. His house is a tine 1920’s bungalow that he’s completely ripped apart and put back together over the last two years, and his kitchen is a bit small. He’s got one corner that is a half wall for 64”, joining a full wall that goes 34” before the space for the oven. In order to maximize storage, he wants to put a 12” deep base cabinet along the half wall, going to normal 24” deep cabinets on the full wall. The only two options I can think of in that corner are either a blind base on the full wall, so that there is only around 12” of hard to reach area, or a wall cabinet sized lazy susan, which to me doesn’t make sense, as it is a huge waste of space, and doesn’t provide all that much usable extra storage. I thought maybe a diaganol cabinet with a drawer bank, but I’m not sure that would look right given the adjoining cabinets are different depths.
Any suggestions? I’m out of ideas!
Thankss, and have a great day!
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