In every kitchen there is the one difficult kitchen cabinet that makes you crazy. You know the one; the famous deep corner cabinet which you can’t see into, and you have to almost crawl into it to see what’s in there. It’s the cabinet of no return, the black hole in your kitchen universe. So what can be done with this no man’s land of a kitchen cabinet?
Well, you can always put in that cupboard the tray which you only use once a year; or the special Christmas bakeware for the gingerbread men. So then, you would put into it things that usually only see the light of day once or twice a year. Storage space for the forgotten.
Or, you can place in it a Lazy Susan to help you find things with just a turn. A half-moon Lazy Susan would make a big difference in using the dead space in the cabinet too. Or you can install a pull-out Lazy Susan which lets you turn the entire unit around for accessibility. You can also stack items which you use a bit more often, and with the unit being able to be pulled out, you can see what you’re searching for.
Another thought is to use the deep corner cabinet for pot and pan storage by installing hooks on the inside and hanging the pans up by their handles in a way that makes sense for easy remembering. This would free up the space you normally would have used for your pots and pans to be used for something else also.
Too, this annoying cabinet could be used as a wine rack. You want wine in a dark place anyway so if you install the wine bottle rack, then wine could be safely stored out of the way, but in reach to get to when needed. The cabinet door would shut so it would stay dark.
Or, if all else fails, install a light in the corner cabinet so that you can at least see what you have hidden when you’re reaching around in there.
So there you have it; some ways to make the corner cabinet useful.