By Roger Hazard
Restore easy access to hard-to-reach spaces with a Lazy Susan.
Blind corner cabinets - tucked in the corner of two converging walls - contain a tremendous amount of storage space. Unfortunately, getting access to that space is a challenge.
Kitchen designers have a number of solutions to this problem, but one of my favorites is the Blind Corner Lazy Susan. Typical Lazy Susan options spin around a fixed axis and require an awkward and fragile bifold cabinet door. Corner drawers can create a unique look but have limited capacity.
The Blind Corner Lazy Susan can store large, awkwardly-shaped kitchen items with ease. Even better, the dual shelves pull out independently, making it easy to retrieve items without having to crouch down and reach into the cabinet. Chrome side rails prevent smaller items from falling off the shelves, and a rubberized surface means objects stay put.
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