Post # 1
I hate them but I have them. They always seem so awkward to organize efficiently. What do you keep in yours and how to do you keep it organized (that is, keep things from getting pushed back into the corner and never seen again)
I am talking mainly about the hanging cabinets that are shaped like this:
Post # 3
Lazy suzan… or they have special shelf things that can get pulled out
ETA: here is a site showing all the different things you can put in there. I’m sure you can find it cheaper from other places.
Post # 4
Then you can easily keep your spices and baked goods there because they will be easy to spin. you can buy single layers and double layers depending on the height of the stuff you want to put on it so you can optimize your space.
Post # 5
We have two – one up high and one down low. In the low one, we have a lazy suzan and keep our small appliances in there, like crockpot, blender, George Foreman grill, etc. In the higher one, we keep our cups and glasses, and so far so good with not having any of them disappear into the depths of hell (aka the back corner)!
Post # 6
We have three of those.
One is under the sink so we put paper towels, cleaning stuff, etc. in there. We have a lazy susan in a lower corner cabinet. In the final one, we keep mixing bowls and whatnot.
Post # 7
My mom keeps her dishes in hers… she put glass in it so it’s much less bulky – I think she wants to put lights in it? She’s obsessed with cabinet lights.
In the lower corner cabinet, there is a lazy susan that holds all of her less-frequently used appliances and cookware. She really loves the ease of the turntable under there.
Post # 8
I have those and I cant for the life of me figure out what to put in them! I have all my small appliances/spices/baking goods in other cabinets so for now im leaving those annoying cabinets empty! lol
Post # 9
i hate, hate, hate corner cupboards. they are like the black hole. such a huge waste of space. my last couple of homes, i designed walk in corner pantries. the best use of space for kitchen corners.
they do have lazy susans and pull out shelves for these cupboards. i’ve never used one.