Corners are a tricky place to decorate in your home as the corners are angular and it is difficult to fit in a creative and tasteful décor that suits the corner well. For instance, consider your kitchen, where every inch of space needs to be well utilised and functional including the corners. So, we have come up with a list of corner furniture that will suit every kitchen, yours too!
Without much ado, we present you pieces of corner furniture for the verticals you forgot that can be furnished:
Do you have a corner in the kitchen where two opposing cabinets cannot be opened at the same time? Which we have a brilliantly simple solution. Here is a practical set of drawers that beautifully create space and convenience in the remote corners.
Note that furniture of this type are easy to install in your corners. Merge two drawers into one to create more space for your favourite cutlery. Using triangular shapes with handles makes decorating corners super easy.
If you plan all your corners strategically then it becomes to utilise your corners to full potential. For example, here the original design is made to measure and is quite regular starting from counter-tops, sinks, burners and even a tiny spice garden and at the same time beautifully utilises the corner.
You can hire a designer to attain the look that you desire.
Corners mostly come with a column that can disrupt the functionality of the kitchen. But they can also be used well by using them like alcoves where and seamlessly integrating them into the kitchen walls.
Checkout 9 kitchen ideas for Indian homes here.
Closing the L shaped corners in the kitchen is tricky. Doors used on one of the sections can obstruct your view and the other half is not visible and are often ignored and not utilised. Avoid this by using a double hinged door as shown. The door opens once and can halve, thanks to a second set of hinges.
The door opens in two positions enabling access deeper into the cabinet that you can then utilise well.
Certain corner spaces in our homes are too narrow to be utilised for anything. They only offer space on the top and it can be annoying that the little space goes unutilised. But we have a solution for exactly the same situation.
Install cabinets that that are narrow but cover the entire height of the cupboard. These narrow corners are ideal for storing water bottles, etc. With a little creativity every narrow space in the home can be used well.
This last set of cabinets is super creative and utilise even the most remote corners of your kitchen. The trays in this cabinet rotate and slide in & out so you don’t have to strain to get the things you have put deep in the shelf. Just twist the trays a little and you have the kitchen of your dreams!