How to Choose your Corner Kitchen Cabinet
Corner kitchen cabinet are one of the most costly aspects of doing a home remodel project, a visit to your local big box store will present you with three options, you can go to the in stock DIY section where you are presented with cheap cabinets made with unpainted oak or particle board boxes, selection of sizes and options is extremely limited, your next option is to go to the kitchen cabinet design desk and speak with one of the sales representatives, they will take you to the wall of cabinet door samples and some of the installed sample kitchens, you will select a color and style you like, sit down and work out a basic design, then be prepared to be shocked, here comes the price.
Corner cabinets are notorious for storing kitchen items. With its deep further recesses, a corner kitchen cabinet could be the focal point of your kitchen. Fortunately, clever kitchen cabinet manufacturers are finding ways to shed light on this furniture. This cabinet is a combination door and drawer swinging open the door brings with it all the contents of your corner cabinet. Offerings from the big box stores are classified as semi-custom cabinetry, this means you can choose from a selection of cabinet sizes and styles that will then be assembled in a factory and shipped to the big box store for installation, a true custom kitchen would be cabinets made specifically to the exact size desired and not based on standard cabinet sizing.
Corner systems, or blind corner units, give you access to the hard to reach space in your corner cabinets with pullout shelves that are activated when the cabinet door is opened or a lever is pulled. The shelves bring your items to the front of the cabinet where you can reach them. Ball bearing slides provide smooth operation. Available for right hand and left hand configurations, blind corner units mount to the door or to the inside of the modified corner kitchen cabinet.