By Zdzislawa. Corner Kitchen Cabinet. Published at Thursday, May 17th, 2018 - 09:26:46 AM.
Corners. Every room has them. Usually, they aren't much of a challenge. In most cases, they're actually quite helpful in determining design. There is an exception to that rule, however: Kitchen walls can create a serious challenge when concocting a design. That challenge has led many people to use a small corner kitchen cabinet.
It's easy to understand the impetus behind corner kitchen cabinet use. We all want to get the most out of our available space and it seems like nothing short of a waste to ignore the opportunity to create additional storage at the ninety-degree angle of two walls.
Obviously, a standard cabinet won't work in that area. You'll invariably end up with space in one of the two cabinets that are virtually unusable. You may also create a situation in which opening one cabinet door will make it impossible to open the other or in which the doors slam into one another or the cabinets slam into themselves.
The small corner kitchen cabinet is a simple solution. It's designed to fit seamlessly into the corner. When placed properly, it can butt up against your other cabinets to create a fully connected look, as well. That makes them a very attractive option for kitchen remodelers.
A small corner kitchen cabinet can do a wonderful job of tying a room together. If you've made a wise decision in terms of your cabinets' overall appearance, they can look fantastic.
However, these handy design options do have a downside. First, the corner kitchen cabinet requires very careful installation. A corner unit just isn't as forgiving as a wall unit is during installation. The cabinet must meet both of the cabinets next to it in a consistent, streamlined manner. You need a perfect fit. That can be hard in some situations, especially if the corner kitchen cabinet is to be used in an older building or any other structure that isn't truly square.
Second, a small corner kitchen cabinet may not actually provide you with much usable space. The triangular footprint of these cabinets doesn't create a particularly efficient storage space. So, even if the corner addition looks great, it may not be doing much for you in terms of overall function.
Third, there is an alternative to the corner kitchen cabinet. Some people opt to install a few open shelves in the space instead. If properly painted or stained, a small corner shelf can blend nicely with a kitchen's overall look while creating just as much usable space as a corner kitchen cabinet--without the headaches and hassles.
Do you need a corner kitchen cabinet? Before you decide to go that route, consider your other possibilities. Corner cabinets are perfect for some situations, but others are much better suited for a simple shelf design.
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