Often asked: How To Install A Lazy-susan Corner Kitchen Cabinet?
- 1 How much space is needed for a lazy Susan cabinet?
- 2 What do you put in a Lazy Susan corner cabinet?
- 3 Can you add a Lazy Susan to an existing corner cabinet?
- 4 What can I use instead of a lazy Susan?
- 5 How do you measure for a Lazy Susan corner cabinet?
- 6 How much space do I need for a corner cabinet?
- 7 How do you organize a corner cabinet without a Lazy Susan?
- 8 What size is a corner base cabinet?
- 9 How do I organize my lazy Susan?
- 10 What is the best use of a lazy Susan cabinet?
How much space is needed for a lazy Susan cabinet?
Diagonal Corner or Lazy Susan Cabinet Most cabinet lines offer either a 33” or 36” lazy susan. That means it will take up 36” of space on each wall. A lazy susan offers the most functionality from the corner with the least dead space.
What do you put in a Lazy Susan corner cabinet?
I have found my lazy susan to be the perfect place to keep my 9×12 glass baking dishes, glass casseroles, glass pie plates, glass loaf pans, things like that. I can stack several on top of each other and it really holds a lot. That way nothing ever falls off in the back or falls over when you spin it around.
Can you add a Lazy Susan to an existing corner cabinet?
To install a lazy susan in an existing corner cabinet, you’ll need a pencil and a screw gun to mark measurements and tighten a few screws. If you buy an entire kit, the installation will be easier and include needed items like brackets, an extension pole, pins, and the actual shelves.
What can I use instead of a lazy Susan?
5 LAZY SUSAN ALTERNATIVES:
- Corner Drawers: This is definitely your most expensive option, but probably the most ergonomic solution for your corner.
- Corner Recycle Centre: It sounds crazy, but consider the triple corner recycling centre if you are looking for another option.
- Super Susan: What is a Super Susan?
How do you measure for a Lazy Susan corner cabinet?
When deciding what size lazy susan you need for your cabinet, you need to measure the inside depth of the cabinet from the back wall to just inside the door frame. Then, measure the inside width of the cabinet from left to right.
How much space do I need for a corner cabinet?
Corner wall cabinets typically require 24” or more of space out of each corner. Base corner cabinet space requirements can range from 33” to 42” out of each corner. Blind corner cabinets utilize the standard 24” of depth, but need a minimum width of 39”.
How do you organize a corner cabinet without a Lazy Susan?
Another tip: “If you wish to keep small/lightweight items in a corner cabinet, place them in a shoebox and slide it in and out for easy access,” says Murray. And if there’s no lazy Susan, a pizza pan works great at a makeshift one, she says.
What size is a corner base cabinet?
Corner wall cabinets have a standard size width of 24 inches and height of 30, 36, or 42 inches. A corner base cabinet has a standard width of 33 or 36 inches and a height of 34.5 inches.
How do I organize my lazy Susan?
Tips to remember when organizing Lazy Susans:
- Round containers work well with the curve of the space.
- The use of containers keep everything from tipping over and getting lost in the back.
- Store stuff where you use it.
- Store frequently used stuff on the top shelves.
What is the best use of a lazy Susan cabinet?
In terms of what to store, a Lazy Susan is perfect for frequently used supplies like spices, sugars and coffee or tea sweeteners, or other general food stores. Its rotating design allows for easy access, eliminating the need to pore through various containers and create a mess to find a given item.