Shaker GreyTransitional Kitchen
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Get in a tight cornerWhen space is tight, a trio of pull-out corner drawers is an ingenious design solution. It can help solve the problem of ‘lost space’ in awkward-to-access base units that invariably become neglected. Again, if you are in the process of redesigning your kitchen, it could be worth considering. Think how you will use the trio – for cutlery, linen, pans and crockery or something else? Here a slimmer top drawer is complemented by the two deeper ones, so all bases are covered.
Get to the back of the cupboardThis photo has been one of the most popular on Houzz for several years running. The clever use of an awkward corner space clearly resonates with Houzzers and it’s been saved to ideabooks a grand total of 420,000 times. It’s a neat solution for a common kitchen storage problem, and no doubt appeals to homeowners fed up with scrabbling around in corner cupboards looking for that one saucepan right at the back.See 11 steps to your most organised kitchen ever