Kitchen Cabinet Blind Corner Solution
As a professional organizer and designer for custom pullout shelving, one of my favorite solutions is one that converts the unusable space in a blind corner into usable space. This creative solution gets rid of the black hole.
If you look closely at the photos I took in my client’s home you’ll see how it works. The blind corner solution consists of installing two perpendicular shelves on two separate levels each. We install two pull out shelves, one upper and one lower, to pull through the door opening. Then we install two pull out shelves, one upper and one lower, in the blind section that pull over perpendicular to the first.
When one of the pull out shelves is pulled through the door opening into the kitchen, the pull out shelf on the same level in the rear (in the blind spot) can be pulled into the space that was made vacant by the first pull out shelf after it was pulled through the door opening. It doesn’t matter if the blind spot is to the right or left of the door. We adjust the solution accordingly.
In a standard base cabinet, typically the upper shelf only comes out halfway causing you to loose storage space. When we install the blind corner solution we make our pullouts shelves the full depth and width of your cabinet maximizing your space to the full extent.
If you are interested in this blind corner solution, or any other pullout shelving solutions, feel free to contact me for assistance. You can reach me at Organize@DianeAlbright.com or call (610) 782-0636.