The difficult part of installing a kitchen cabinet at home is at the corners. It needs to be carefully planned out so that it will suit your kitchen needs. However, no matter how difficult it may be, it is not actually impossible to do since there are now several options on how to decorate the corner cabinet that technically aids for easy installation.
Blind Corner Kitchen Cabinets
A blind corner cabinet design actually has an opening that is geared to one side which accounts for half of the length that is covered by the cabinet perpendicular to it; thus, it will make a blind space at the side of the cabinet door. A lot of people, however, do not prefer this type of corner cabinet because it can be pretty hard to handle since you actually need to go deep into the cabinet in order to find what they are looking for.
Lazy Susan Corner Cabinet Design
One of the most popular solutions for the corner cabinet problem is the installation of a cabinet having a lazy Susan. This type of corner cabinet usually has a single or bi-fold door that has hinges in the middle. This design actually gives more space in the cabinet and it is easier to use since you do not have to dive in to find what you are looking for. The downside of this type is that it actually needs maintenance.
Standard Corner Cabinet at an Angle
The cheapest yet the most space wasting cabinet option is the stander corner cabinet. It is also the most common option used in many households. However, it is useful when you have to mount an over or refrigerator cabinet in the corner.
Easy Reach Corner Cabinet
This type of cabinet option is also a cheap alternative from the first two options mentioned. It is designed to maximize the corner spaces of the kitchen cabinet.