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Sunday, 24 August 2014

The Lazy Way to Organize Your Corner Cabinets

The corner cupboard is simultaneously a brilliant stroke of storage genius and a black hole of non-perishable goods. The corner cabinet ensures no bit of your precious kitchen storage space is wasted; yet there is a minor flaw in the design. How many times have you innocently pushed a few food products just a bit further towards the back, just out of arm's reach, until they are to be seen no more? No one is quite sure what they have in that dark, back corner of the cabinet, unless, of course, they use a flashlight or send in a search party!

Happily enough, there are cabinet organizing products available that can solve the lost canned-goods problem. I call it the lazy way to organize your corner cabinets and you've probably guessed by now that I'm referring to the popular Lazy Susan solution. Whether you have a clear idea of what you need or you just know that you want your stuff in order, it's worth your while to check out clever Lazy Susan options.

Try a half-moon blind corner Lazy Susan to organize a Blind Corner Cabinet. These double-shelf systems fit almost any size cabinet. Available in many different finishes, you can find the style to match your cabinet. With many fine details, such as thick edges that keep items from falling off, these shelves are designed to bring you more storage space.

The D-Shaped Lazy Susan creates more space inside diagonal corner cabinets. Different finishes and materials make these shelves not only sensible, but attractive as well. Whatever you choose to use the shelves for, the independently rotating feature means you can reach exactly what you want without having other items getting in the way. The height of the Lazy Susan adjusts easily to any modifications you might require and the different diameter options make it simple for you to install and enjoy the system.

Alternatively, you can opt for a full-circle Lazy Susan that comes in a wide variety of different heights and diameters. The versatility of this Lazy Susan accepts one, two, and even up to three independently rotating shelves. You'll be able to maximize the amount of space in your cabinet and always find what you're looking for.

If you have a hinged-door corner cabinet and can't find any suitable shelving why not try a kidney shelf set? Designed to fit around the internal shape of the door, these shelves make organizing a breeze. With styles from sleek chrome to warm wooden trims or even solid colored plastic, kidney-shaped Lazy Susans will match any cabinets and dcor. The non-skid surface will ensure your things stay put, and the solid construction makes a product you'll be satisfied with for years.

Perhaps your storage needs are a bit more robust. A sturdy pie-cut Lazy Susan is the answer to your needs. Supported by both your cabinet door and an interior shaft, pie-cut shelves are strong and resilient. The rugged trays brace the weight of large bags of kitty litter, heavy, filled bottles and the like. Whatever the shape of your cabinet, this Pie-Cut Lazy Susan accommodates itself to it easily. Many sizes of fixtures are available and a telescoping shaft allows you to adjust the height of your Lazy Susan with minimal effort.

There are Lazy Susans to fit many budgets, styles, and organizational requirements. So get organized the lazy way and reserve your extra energy for the projects that require it.

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