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4. Angled corner cabinetA convenient option for large kitchens where deep corners will otherwise go unused.ProsFills a corner and faces into the room for ease of use. Makes better use of a deep cabinet that might otherwise contain hard-to-reach items. Con Some space will be unused behind the microwave and behind other appliances or drawers.Construction considerationsTypically a corner cabinet is planned during construction and not easily added after. If your cabinet system or company provides corner cabinet options, the cost shouldn’t be much different than that of a standard cabinet.
94 Beef up your cornersThe convention with corners is to use clever pull-out units designed to fill the space. But sometimes you need a corner to give you room for things that won’t fit around that kind of arrangement. Instead, create a flat wall across the space, as here.