Hi, the corner drawer unit actually gives you up to 30 percent more space and great accessability to the bottom back corner of the cupboard. Lemans, lazy susans and magic corners are great when used in the right application (paticularly the lemans and magic corner when you are limited for space and need to use a reurn cabinet off a run) but they only have two shelves. A set of corner drawers can have 3 pot drawers and a single drawer at the top for cutlery etc. Price is an issue as it is a complex cabinet while lots of components.
hope this helps.
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Thank you cutting edge kitchens and kitchenpro. Unfortunately the cabinet maker said that the area is too small and I can't put devise in there, so I suppose that answers my question. Thanks for your advice.
with a corner unit you actually loose some space, it has been calculated and documented by German kitchen suppliers. the problem with any corner unit is, you can have only 2 levels of storage and the turnable devices allow only a max weight of 20 kg if I remember correct. If you decide on a 'dead corner', you can have on both sides at least 3 levels of drawers, possibly 4 depending on carcuss. The corner has a filler on either side, after that your drawer cabinets start. On top of it, corner bits and pieces are expensive.
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