It’s no secret that remodeling your kitchen may be a daunting task and cost you some money, but we have to admit that the outcome is usually pretty great. There are so many decisions that go into creating the perfect kitchen for you and your family, and the corner cabinetry is often an overlooked one. The end goal of choosing the right corner cabinetry is one that’s functional, as well as aesthetically pleasing.
Not only should you take into account the amount of space you have and want, you’ll also want to make sure these cabinets blend in seamlessly with your other cabinets. Dead space may be your final choice, but it shouldn’t be your first choice.
Lazy Susan Cabinetry
One of the most functional types of corner cabinetry, the “lazy Susan” diagonal option is one that has multiple benefits. One of them is that there are a ton of options to choose from with this style and can work for many size options. Furthermore, the lazy Susan cabinetry is very practical for those that want to store deep in the cabinet, but don’t (or can’t) want to reach low or high to grab things. Rotating trays may be imperative with your situation. Make the right choice by noting the best features:
- Maximizing space that’s functional, as well as easily accessible
- Custom and personalized style options that match your personality/aesthetics
- Creating a simple installation
Blind Corner Cabinetry
The blind corner cabinetry is another choice for home renovators that captive the eye and create functional, clever space. Not just anyone can install blind corner cabinets without any knowledge, as there are particular requirements for installing. It’s better to hire someone to finish the job than to try and attempt it yourself. There are many advantages and disadvantages, some of which include:
Advantages – the most flexibility of any cabinet on the market currently, while allowing it to fit in with most layout styles. You only need around 27-inches of space on the wall that it will be placed on, with 42-inches of clearance on the other. If you’re someone that doesn’t have a unique layout, it may be too unconventional and not realistic for installing (unless you hire someone to make it work).
Disadvantages – a much more complex installation that isn’t quite DIY. Imperative to use a filler between the spaces of the cabinets, as well as being difficult for some to actually access. This type of cabinet can also come with a bit of dead space around it.
Corner Sink Facing Cabinets
Who doesn’t want a sink with some cabinetry underneath – now add the idea of “corner” facing and you’ve got yourself quite the project! While there is quite an appeal to having these in your home, and they’re aseptically great, there are pros and cons to doing so. One of the major pros is that this type is cost-effective, while another being that it can be an awkward DIY project.
If you’re still insistent on having one of the more difficult options, contact Joseph Kitchen and Bath at (905) 707-7756 today for a personalized consultation based on your needs.