Frequently Asked Questions

Tips to remember when organizing Lazy Susans: 
Do Lazy Susans save space?
The downside to Lazy Susans is that they are circles placed in a right-angled space. This means you lose out on valuable square inches of storage in the corners. Half Lazy Susans – Half Lazy Susans take the traditional rotating shelves up a notch, giving you the freedom to maximize the full depth of your cabinet.Nov 22, 2017


Do Lazy Susans save space? 
What do you use a lazy Susan cabinet for?
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.


What do you use a lazy Susan cabinet for? 
How do you measure for a lazy Susan?
First, determine your minimum cabinet width to ensure your installation will fit. Measure left to right within the face frame (also measure top to bottom and note the height). Subtract a few inches from each side to ensure your Lazy Susan can spin comfortably.


How do you measure for a lazy Susan? 
What is the best way to use a Lazy Susan?
Tips to remember when organizing Lazy Susans:
  1. Round containers work well with the curve of the space. ...
  2. The use of containers keep everything from tipping over and getting lost in the back. ...
  3. Store stuff where you use it.
  4. Store frequently used stuff on the top shelves.
Sep 30, 2014


What is the best way to use a Lazy Susan? 
How do lazy susans work?
The Lazy Susan rotates on a set of bearings, making everything on the tray or shelf easy to reach with a simple spin. The bearings enable the smooth, rotating movement and reduce friction between the platform and the base to increase speed.


How do lazy susans work? 
How high should my kitchen cabinets be?
Measure and Mark the Wall. Measure the height of the base cabinets. Most standard cabinets are 34-1/2” high. Add 1-1/2” for a standard countertop and 18 inches for a standard backsplash, (though some designers now want a 20-inch backsplash to make room for small appliances).


How high should my kitchen cabinets be? 
How do you clean a lazy Susan?
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for a Lazy Susan
  1. Empty the Cabinet. Remove all of the items in the lazy Susan, which is much easier than trying to work around the cans and boxes of food. ...
  2. Vacuum the Cabinet. Vacuum to get up all the loose dirt. ...
  3. Spray the Shelves. ...
  4. Scrape the Cleaner and Grease. ...
  5. Scrub the Shelves. ...
  6. Wipe the Shelves. ...
  7. Add Clean Items.


How do you clean a lazy Susan? 
How did Lazy Susan get its name?
“Thomas Jefferson invented the lazy Susan in the 18th century, though they were referred to as dumbwaiters at that time. It is said that Jefferson invented the lazy Susan because his daughter complained she was always served last at the table and, as a result, never found herself full when leaving the table.Feb 22, 2018


How did Lazy Susan get its name? 
How do you measure for a Lazy Susan corner cabinet?
Measure the inside width of the cabinet from one side to the other. Subtract 2 to 4 inches from the smaller of these two measurements for clearance around the shelf. The result is the diameter of the largest lazy Susan that will fit inside your cabinet.


How do you measure for a Lazy Susan corner cabinet? 
How do you get rid of a lazy Susan?
Removal
  1. Remove every item from the Lazy Susan's shelves and set them aside.
  2. Use the screwdriver to remove the screws that secure the top mount of the old Lazy Susan in place.
  3. Gently pull the top of the old Lazy Susan assembly towards yourself and lift the entire assembly out of the cabinet.


How do you get rid of a lazy Susan? 
What size Lazy Susan do I need for table?
Wood Lazy Susans: How to Size Guidelines
Lazy Susan Diameter Table Width (round) Table Width (rectangular/square)
18-24" 45-52" 48-52"
24-28" 52-60" 54"
36" 66-72" 72" or more
If a bigger size is required, use the above as a guide.
2 more rows


What size Lazy Susan do I need for table? 
How do you measure for a corner cabinet?
How to Measure Corner Cabinets
  1. Place the end of the measuring tape at the back of one side of the cabinet, right next to the corner. ...
  2. Repeat the process, but start the measurement from the other side of the corner. ...
  3. Place the end of the tape measure against the back edge of the cabinet, along one of the ends.


How do you measure for a corner cabinet? 
How do you measure for a lazy Susan Pie cut?
The 24" would generally be used in corner wall cabinets; measure the cabinet or shelf space available to determine which will work for you. Lazy Susan shelves also have minimum and maximum inside cabinet height dimensions. Measure from inside bottom of the cabinet to the inside top of the cabinet.


How do you measure for a lazy Susan Pie cut? 
How do you set up a lazy Susan?
How to Install a Lazy Susan Base Cabinet From Home Depot
  1. Mark on the wall 34.5 inches from the floor with a tape measure and pencil on the corner were you will install the Lazy Susan cabinet.
  2. Cut a 2-by-4 section of wood in two pieces so each piece is 1 inch less than the width of each side of the Lazy Susan cabinet.


How do you set up a lazy Susan? 
How do you fix a lazy susan bearing?
Lazy Susan
  1. Lift the doors slightly, push and allow them to recede into the cabinet to expose the shelves.
  2. Loosen a single setscrew on the vertical steel post in the middle just above the shelf. ...
  3. Tighten the setscrew with the screwdriver. ...
  4. Tighten the setscrew.


How do you fix a lazy susan bearing? 
How do you align a lazy Susan?
A lazy Susan consists of two or three shelves that rotate around a center pole, which, if not properly aligned, can prevent the doors from closing or the shelves from smoothly rotating. You can adjust a lazy Susan cabinet pole in a few minutes with some hand tools. Remove the items from the lazy Susan shelves.Dec 6, 2018


How do you align a lazy Susan? 
What is the standard height of kitchen wall cabinets?
Read on to determine how high up the wall to mount cabinets in the kitchen, laundry room, or basement bar—and the tips to do so like a pro. The ideal upper cabinet height is 54 inches above the floor. That is, the bottom edge of the upper cabinets should sit 54 inches off the ground.


What is the standard height of kitchen wall cabinets? 
Should kitchen cupboards go to the ceiling?
Ceiling Height. The height of the ceiling in your kitchen is probably the most straightforward indicator of how tall your kitchen cabinets should be. ... Typically the wall cabinets and trim will be just below the ceiling. Any house crown molding will continue around the room, above the cabinetry.Dec 28, 2018


Should kitchen cupboards go to the ceiling? 
How much space should be between countertop and upper cabinets?
The standard distance between the top of a kitchen counter and the bottom of the wall cabinets above it is 18 inches. For the average person, this distance is the ideal balance between plenty of space to work on the countertop and the ability to reach all of the shelves in the cabinet.Dec 17, 2018


How much space should be between countertop and upper cabinets? 
How do you adjust a lazy Susan cabinet pole?
Method 1 Correcting Poor Rotation
  1. Pinpoint where rotation problems are occurring. ...
  2. Locate the locking bolt to adjust the center shaft. ...
  3. Loosen the bolt. ...
  4. Move the adjusting rod. ...
  5. Tighten the bolt to finish adjusting the center shaft. ...
  6. Locate the locking screws to adjust the shelf position. ...
  7. Loosen the screws.
Apr 22, 2019


How do you adjust a lazy Susan cabinet pole? 
Who made the lazy Susan?
Lazy Susan/Inventors


Who made the lazy Susan? 
What is a Lazy Susan called in Chinese?
A Lazy Susan is a turntable (rotating tray) placed on a table or countertop to aid in distributing food. Lazy Susans may be made from a variety of materials but are usually glass, wood, or plastic. ... In Chinese, they are simply known as 餐桌转盘 (p cānzhuō zhuànpán) or "dinner-table turntables".


What is a Lazy Susan called in Chinese? 
Do you capitalize Lazy Susan?
Both words of "Lazy Susan" are capitalized throughout most of the article. Reliable sources don't seem to lean that way.


Do you capitalize Lazy Susan? 
How do you measure for a kidney shaped Lazy Susan?
The 18" and 24" would generally be used in corner wall cabinets; you can measure the cabinet or shelf space available to determine which will work for you. Lazy Susan shelves also have minimum and maximum inside cabinet height dimensions. Measure from the inside bottom of the cabinet to the inside top of the cabinet.


How do you measure for a kidney shaped Lazy Susan? 
What is a super Susan Cabinet?
4. Super Susan: What is a Super Susan? This is where you have fixed shelves with a single Lazy Susan tray that spins independently on top of the shelf. There are typically two of them in one corner cabinet. This removes the pole/shaft that so many people hate.Jul 6, 2017


What is a super Susan Cabinet? 
What are the dimensions of a lazy Susan base cabinet?
The lazy susan cabinet is designed for use in a corner with base cabinets on each side. The required wall area is 36" x 36" (this is not the measurement of the cabinet); once the face frames of the adjoining cabinets are in position, the sides of the lazy susan will not be visible.


What are the dimensions of a lazy Susan base cabinet? 
What angle is a corner cabinet?
The next cut is an inside LH corner. You say that corner cabinet is set at 45 degrees to the plane of the wall so that would make the next angle 135 degrees.Sep 16, 2007


What angle is a corner cabinet? 
How much space does a corner cabinet take up?
Some cabinet lines with have a 33”, but most of them stick with a 36” Lazy Susan, which means it will take up 36” of space on each wall. This cabinet offers the most usable space and ends up being the most functional in the kitchen (plus, most people request them).Mar 30, 2013


How much space does a corner cabinet take up? 
How do you measure corner shelves?
Building Triangle Corner Shelves. Measure the desired length of your shelves. Measure the two walls where the corner shelves will fit with a tape measure. Keep in mind that you'll want both of your shelves to be the same size on each wall.


How do you measure corner shelves? 
What size sink fits in a 39 corner cabinet?
A 33-by-22 inch sink will fit into a sink base cabinet that takes up 36 inches on each wall; if you have a larger cabinet that takes up 42 inches, you can increase your sink size to 36- or 38-by-22 inches.


What size sink fits in a 39 corner cabinet? 
What does blind corner cabinet mean?
A Blind Corner Cabinet is a cabinet positioned at the corner between two rows of base cabinets where part of one cabinet's contents is hidden by the other row of cabinets. It is blind in that you cannot see what is inside the cabinet portion that is hidden and it makes that space fairly difficult to use.


What does blind corner cabinet mean? 
What are the dimensions of a corner kitchen cabinet?
Base cabinets - typically 24" deep (also 12", 15", 18") and 34 1/2" tall (countertops add 1 1/2" to make the finished height 36"). Upper/Wall cabinets - mostly 12" deep (also 15", 18", 24") and 12", 15", 18", 24", 30 " (typical), 36", 42" tall.


What are the dimensions of a corner kitchen cabinet? 
How do you measure a corner TV cabinet?
Take a measuring tape or stick the width of the stand and place it on the floor in the corner where you will be placing the flat screen TV stand. That will show you how far out from the corner, the front of the stand will sit.Mar 22, 2015


How do you measure a corner TV cabinet? 
How deep are Kitchen upper cabinets?
Overhead cabinets are typically between 12 and 13 inches deep, except for microwave cabinets, which are 15 to 18 inches deep to accommodate most standard microwave sizes. The cabinets placed above a fridge are also slightly deeper, typically measuring 24 inches deep.Dec 17, 2018


How deep are Kitchen upper cabinets? 
How far should cabinets be from the ceiling?
Upper Cabinets. Some upper cabinets meet the ceiling; some don't. The installation height is based on the amount of space needed between the top of the counter and bottom of the upper cabinets. In most homes, this spacing is 18 inches; in an accessible kitchen, uppers are more convenient 15 inches from the counter.


How far should cabinets be from the ceiling? 
How do you clean a lazy Susan cabinet?
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for a Lazy Susan
  1. Empty the Cabinet. Remove all of the items in the lazy Susan, which is much easier than trying to work around the cans and boxes of food. ...
  2. Vacuum the Cabinet. Vacuum to get up all the loose dirt. ...
  3. Spray the Shelves. ...
  4. Scrape the Cleaner and Grease. ...
  5. Scrub the Shelves. ...
  6. Wipe the Shelves. ...
  7. Add Clean Items.


How do you clean a lazy Susan cabinet? 
How do you measure for a lazy Susan cabinet?
First, determine your minimum cabinet width to ensure your installation will fit. Measure left to right within the face frame (also measure top to bottom and note the height). Subtract a few inches from each side to ensure your Lazy Susan can spin comfortably.


How do you measure for a lazy Susan cabinet? 
How a Lazy Susan works?
The Lazy Susan rotates on a set of bearings, making everything on the tray or shelf easy to reach with a simple spin. The bearings enable the smooth, rotating movement and reduce friction between the platform and the base to increase speed.


How a Lazy Susan works? 
How do you get rid of a lazy Susan?
Removal
  1. Remove every item from the Lazy Susan's shelves and set them aside.
  2. Use the screwdriver to remove the screws that secure the top mount of the old Lazy Susan in place.
  3. Gently pull the top of the old Lazy Susan assembly towards yourself and lift the entire assembly out of the cabinet.


How do you get rid of a lazy Susan? 
How high are kitchen wall cabinets?
Wall Cupboards. Wall Cupboards are usually fitted 500mm above a 900mm high worktop, though if your worktop is thicker than 30mm then this dimension will diminish. 500mm is a comfortable dimension and if you have any Tall Cupboards in your kitchen the cupboard tops will line through.


How high are kitchen wall cabinets? 
How tall are tall kitchen cabinets?
In general, base kitchen cabinets are 24 inches deep and 36 inches high. They sit directly on the floor or rest upon a 4-inch toe kick riser. Their width can vary depending on what's sitting on top of them: sinks, cooktops or countertops. Wall cabinets are usually 24 inches high and 12 to 16 inches deep.


How tall are tall kitchen cabinets? 
How tall is a standard kitchen wall cabinet?
Standard wall cabinet depth is 12 inches for manufacturers working in inches and 30cm for manufacturers working in metric measurements. Standard wall cabinet widths mirror the widths available for base cabinets ie 12, 15, 18, 24, 30, 36 inches and 30, 40, 50, 60, 80cm. These can vary by manufacturer.


How tall is a standard kitchen wall cabinet? 
What should I store above my kitchen cabinets?
7 Things to Do with That Awkward Space Above the Cabinets
  • Put some baskets up there and stash your stuff in them. ...
  • Use the space to store cookbooks. ...
  • Add a little art. ...
  • Squeeze in some extra wine storage. ...
  • Add an extra shelf above the cabinets. ...
  • Fill the space in. ...
  • Move your cabinets up to the ceiling to re-capture the space.
Oct 28, 2014


What should I store above my kitchen cabinets? 
How high should top kitchen cabinets be?
Measure and Mark the Wall. Measure the height of the base cabinets. Most standard cabinets are 34-1/2” high. Add 1-1/2” for a standard countertop and 18 inches for a standard backsplash, (though some designers now want a 20-inch backsplash to make room for small appliances).


How high should top kitchen cabinets be? 
Should I tile under vanity?
If you remove the vanity, tile the floor underneath the vanity just like you do the rest of the floor. ... If you are using ceramic tiles, drilling to install the new vanity can cause serious cracks and splitting in the tiles, so consider tilingaround the vanity or installing a new one before you begin tiling.


Should I tile under vanity? 
What is the standard height of kitchen counters?
For countertops, the established standard is for the top of the countertop to fall about 36 inches above the floor. So widely accepted is this standard is that base cabinet manufacturers build all their cabinets to a height of 34 1/2 inches, assuming the countertop thickness will be 1 1/2 inches.Jul 16, 2018


What is the standard height of kitchen counters? 
How much space should be between kitchen cabinets and island?
The NKBA Guidelines. At least 36 inches should be provided for walkways between an island and counter. If the counter space contains a work area and appliances such as a sink, stove or dishwasher, the work aisle should be 42 to 48 inches wide.


How much space should be between kitchen cabinets and island? 
How deep should upper cabinets be?
How deep should the cabinet boxes be? Standard wall cabinets (sometimes referred to as “upper cabinets”) are 12 inches deep; standard base (below-counter) cabinets are 24 inches deep. But these days, says Scott, more companies are making wall cabinets 15 inches deep, which gives more storage space.Mar 22, 2018


How deep should upper cabinets be? 
How do you adjust a lazy Susan cabinet pole?
Method 1 Correcting Poor Rotation
  1. Pinpoint where rotation problems are occurring. ...
  2. Locate the locking bolt to adjust the center shaft. ...
  3. Loosen the bolt. ...
  4. Move the adjusting rod. ...
  5. Tighten the bolt to finish adjusting the center shaft. ...
  6. Locate the locking screws to adjust the shelf position. ...
  7. Loosen the screws.
Apr 22, 2019


How do you adjust a lazy Susan cabinet pole? 
How do you install a lazy Susan corner base cabinet?
How to Install a Lazy Susan Base Cabinet From Home Depot
  1. Mark on the wall 34.5 inches from the floor with a tape measure and pencil on the corner were you will install the Lazy Susan cabinet.
  2. Cut a 2-by-4 section of wood in two pieces so each piece is 1 inch less than the width of each side of the Lazy Susan cabinet.


How do you install a lazy Susan corner base cabinet? 
How do you align a lazy Susan?
A lazy Susan consists of two or three shelves that rotate around a center pole, which, if not properly aligned, can prevent the doors from closing or the shelves from smoothly rotating. You can adjust a lazy Susan cabinet pole in a few minutes with some hand tools. Remove the items from the lazy Susan shelves.Dec 6, 2018


How do you align a lazy Susan? 
Why do they call lazy Susan?
“Thomas Jefferson invented the lazy Susan in the 18th century, though they were referred to as dumbwaiters at that time. It is said that Jefferson invented the lazy Susan because his daughter complained she was always served last at the table and, as a result, never found herself full when leaving the table.Feb 22, 2018


Why do they call lazy Susan? 
What is lazy Susan cabinet?
A Lazy Susan is a turntable (rotating tray) placed on a table or countertop to aid in distributing food. Lazy Susans may be made from a variety of materials but are usually glass, wood, or plastic. They are usually circular and placed in the center of a circular table to share dishes easily among diners.


What is lazy Susan cabinet? 
What is a lazy Susan cabinet used for?
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.


What is a lazy Susan cabinet used for? 
Who created Lazy Susan?
Lazy Susan/Inventors


Who created Lazy Susan? 
Is Lazy Susan capitalized?
Both words of "Lazy Susan" are capitalized throughout most of the article. Reliable sources don't seem to lean that way.


Is Lazy Susan capitalized? 
How did dumbwaiters get their name?
Why's it called a dumbwaiter? The term 'dumbwaiter' came to be as the lift was first used in large houses that had their kitchens and household staff in the basements or the 'servants quarters'. ... The origins of the term are simply that this lift was a way of having your own silent waiter, not seen and not heard.Oct 31, 2018


How did dumbwaiters get their name? 
What is a super Susan?
Super Susan: What is a Super Susan? This is where you have fixed shelves with a single Lazy Susan tray that spins independently on top of the shelf. There are typically two of them in one corner cabinet.Jul 6, 2017


What is a super Susan? 
How do you measure for a Lazy Susan corner cabinet?
Measure the inside width of the cabinet from one side to the other. Subtract 2 to 4 inches from the smaller of these two measurements for clearance around the shelf. The result is the diameter of the largest lazy Susan that will fit inside your cabinet.


How do you measure for a Lazy Susan corner cabinet? 
How Big Should lazy susan be?
So if the table is 48" wide and you are going to use 16" for place settings, the Lazy Susan can be 16" in diameter. A Lazy Susan 16" in diameter will require about 2.3 board feet of lumber, 1.8 board feet for the top and 0.5 board feet for the base.


How Big Should lazy susan be? 
How do you measure for a lazy Susan Pie cut?
The 24" would generally be used in corner wall cabinets; measure the cabinet or shelf space available to determine which will work for you. Lazy Susan shelves also have minimum and maximum inside cabinet height dimensions. Measure from inside bottom of the cabinet to the inside top of the cabinet.


How do you measure for a lazy Susan Pie cut? 
What are the dimensions of a lazy Susan base cabinet?
The lazy susan cabinet is designed for use in a corner with base cabinets on each side. The required wall area is 36" x 36" (this is not the measurement of the cabinet); once the face frames of the adjoining cabinets are in position, the sides of the lazy susan will not be visible.


What are the dimensions of a lazy Susan base cabinet? 
What size sink fits in a 36 corner cabinet?
A 33-by-22 inch sink will fit into a sink base cabinet that takes up 36 inches on each wall; if you have a larger cabinet that takes up 42 inches, you can increase your sink size to 36- or 38-by-22 inches.


What size sink fits in a 36 corner cabinet? 
What are the dimensions of a corner kitchen cabinet?
Base cabinets - typically 24" deep (also 12", 15", 18") and 34 1/2" tall (countertops add 1 1/2" to make the finished height 36"). Upper/Wall cabinets - mostly 12" deep (also 15", 18", 24") and 12", 15", 18", 24", 30 " (typical), 36", 42" tall.


What are the dimensions of a corner kitchen cabinet? 
How much space does a corner cabinet take up?
Some cabinet lines with have a 33”, but most of them stick with a 36” Lazy Susan, which means it will take up 36” of space on each wall. This cabinet offers the most usable space and ends up being the most functional in the kitchen (plus, most people request them).Mar 30, 2013


How much space does a corner cabinet take up? 
What angle is a corner cabinet?
The next cut is an inside LH corner. You say that corner cabinet is set at 45 degrees to the plane of the wall so that would make the next angle 135 degrees.Sep 16, 2007


What angle is a corner cabinet? 
How do you measure a corner cabinet?
How to Measure Corner Cabinets
  1. Place the end of the measuring tape at the back of one side of the cabinet, right next to the corner. ...
  2. Repeat the process, but start the measurement from the other side of the corner. ...
  3. Place the end of the tape measure against the back edge of the cabinet, along one of the ends.


How do you measure a corner cabinet? 
Does crown molding have to match cabinets?
But if we're painting kitchen cabinets in a new color, homeowners often ask us whether their crown molding should be painted to match. Since crown molding often joins up with the kitchen's upper cabinets, the color choice will get noticed.Mar 26, 2017


How do I organize my lazy Susan cabinet? 
How do I organize my lazy Susan cabinet?
Tips to remember when organizing Lazy Susans:
  1. Round containers work well with the curve of the space. ...
  2. The use of containers keep everything from tipping over and getting lost in the back. ...
  3. Store stuff where you use it.
  4. Store frequently used stuff on the top shelves.
Sep 30, 2014


What is a lazy Susan cabinet for? 
What is a lazy Susan cabinet for?
A Lazy Susan is a turntable (rotating tray) placed on a table or countertop to aid in distributing food. Lazy Susans may be made from a variety of materials but are usually glass, wood, or plastic. They are usually circular and placed in the center of a circular table to share dishes easily among diners.


How big is a lazy Susan cabinet? 
How big is a lazy Susan cabinet?
Lazy susans are sold in diameters of even numbers, so a 36 or 39-inch corner cabinet will typically use a 32-inch lazy susan, while a 33-inch corner cabinet would use a 28-inch susan.


Can Organization for pantry? 
Can Organization for pantry?
Pantry Organization. Divide and conquer space that's not used to its fullest potential with our pantry organizers. ... Shelf organizers help save space and increase the visibility of your pantry shelves.


What do you do with a lazy Susan? 
What do you do with a lazy Susan?
12 Brilliant Ways To Use A Lazy Susan
  • Spice Cabinet. I have a handful of spices and seasonings that I use frequently when I cook, and I keep those in the cupboard above my stove. ...
  • Baking Supplies. ...
  • Refrigerator. ...
  • Craft Room. ...
  • Gift Wrap. ...
  • Dining Table. ...
  • Decorating Cakes. ...
  • Barbecues & Picnics.
Mar 22, 2018


Why is it called a lazy Susan cabinet? 
Why is it called a lazy Susan cabinet?
“Thomas Jefferson invented the lazy Susan in the 18th century, though they were referred to as dumbwaiters at that time. It is said that Jefferson invented the lazy Susan because his daughter complained she was always served last at the table and, as a result, never found herself full when leaving the table.Feb 22, 2018


How do you install a lazy Susan corner base cabinet? 
How do you install a lazy Susan corner base cabinet?
How to Install a Lazy Susan Base Cabinet From Home Depot
  1. Mark on the wall 34.5 inches from the floor with a tape measure and pencil on the corner were you will install the Lazy Susan cabinet.
  2. Cut a 2-by-4 section of wood in two pieces so each piece is 1 inch less than the width of each side of the Lazy Susan cabinet.


How do you get rid of a lazy Susan? 
How do you get rid of a lazy Susan?
Removal
  1. Remove every item from the Lazy Susan's shelves and set them aside.
  2. Use the screwdriver to remove the screws that secure the top mount of the old Lazy Susan in place.
  3. Gently pull the top of the old Lazy Susan assembly towards yourself and lift the entire assembly out of the cabinet.


How big should a lazy susan be? 
How big should a lazy susan be?
So if the table is 48" wide and you are going to use 16" for place settings, the Lazy Susan can be 16" in diameter. A Lazy Susan 16" in diameter will require about 2.3 board feet of lumber, 1.8 board feet for the top and 0.5 board feet for the base.


How do you measure for a Lazy Susan corner cabinet? 
How do you measure for a Lazy Susan corner cabinet?
Measure the inside width of the cabinet from one side to the other. Subtract 2 to 4 inches from the smaller of these two measurements for clearance around the shelf. The result is the diameter of the largest lazy Susan that will fit inside your cabinet.


What does blind corner cabinet mean? 
What does blind corner cabinet mean?
A Blind Corner Cabinet is a cabinet positioned at the corner between two rows of base cabinets where part of one cabinet's contents is hidden by the other row of cabinets. It is blind in that you cannot see what is inside the cabinet portion that is hidden and it makes that space fairly difficult to use.


What should you have in your pantry? 
What should you have in your pantry?
A well-stocked pantry is key to saving you time and money.
  • Hold on to whole grains. ...
  • Bet on beans. ...
  • Don't forget fruits and veggies. ...
  • Feature fish. ...
  • Nosh on nuts. ...
  • Think outside the cereal bowl. ...
  • Fill your pantry with flavor. ...
  • Spice things up.


How do I declutter my kitchen cabinets? 
How do I declutter my kitchen cabinets?
Kitchen Storage Solutions: How to Declutter Your Pantry and...
  1. Use wire closet racks in kitchen cabinets. ...
  2. Use T-molding to hold stemware. ...
  3. Create a homemade drawer stop. ...
  4. Use a tissue box to keep plastic bags organized. ...
  5. Organize spices with angled shelving. ...
  6. Use a small spring-tension rod as a simple shelf. ...
  7. Use plywood panels to organize pots and pans.


How do I organize my lower kitchen cabinets? 
How do I organize my lower kitchen cabinets?
Kitchen Cabinets
  1. Keep Tupperware lids in their own box. Organizing Made Fun. ...
  2. Put things you use every day in the most accessible cabinets. Paige Smith. ...
  3. Hang hooks or a corkboard on the inside of a cabinet door to maximize space. ...
  4. Put shelf risers in your cabinets. ...
  5. Store spices on a Lazy Susan.
Jan 12, 2017


Do Lazy Susans save space? 
Do Lazy Susans save space?
The downside to Lazy Susans is that they are circles placed in a right-angled space. This means you lose out on valuable square inches of storage in the corners. Half Lazy Susans – Half Lazy Susans take the traditional rotating shelves up a notch, giving you the freedom to maximize the full depth of your cabinet.Nov 22, 2017


How do lazy susans work? 
How do lazy susans work?
The Lazy Susan rotates on a set of bearings, making everything on the tray or shelf easy to reach with a simple spin. The bearings enable the smooth, rotating movement and reduce friction between the platform and the base to increase speed.


How do you adjust a lazy Susan cabinet pole? 
How do you adjust a lazy Susan cabinet pole?
Method 1 Correcting Poor Rotation
  1. Pinpoint where rotation problems are occurring. ...
  2. Locate the locking bolt to adjust the center shaft. ...
  3. Loosen the bolt. ...
  4. Move the adjusting rod. ...
  5. Tighten the bolt to finish adjusting the center shaft. ...
  6. Locate the locking screws to adjust the shelf position. ...
  7. Loosen the screws.
Apr 22, 2019


Who made the lazy Susan? 
Who made the lazy Susan?
Lazy Susan/Inventors


Do you capitalize Lazy Susan? 
Do you capitalize Lazy Susan?
Both words of "Lazy Susan" are capitalized throughout most of the article. Reliable sources don't seem to lean that way.


How do you install upper corner kitchen cabinets? 
How do you install upper corner kitchen cabinets?
Installing Upper Cabinets
  1. Start by attaching a straight 1-by-4 ledger level on the wall at the 54-inch line. ...
  2. Begin your installation with a corner cabinet, or from the far left if you don't have a corner unit. ...
  3. Drill holes through the cabinet backs at the top, middle and bottom rails.


How do you install scribe molding on kitchen cabinets? 
How do you install scribe molding on kitchen cabinets?
Kitchen cabinet molding can be a great way to add a touch of class and elegance to your décor. Scribe molding is a type of molding that is placed at the end of cabinets where they meet the wall.
...
Kitchen Cabinet Molding: How to Install Scribe Molding
  1. Step 1 – Particle Board. ...
  2. Step 2 – Measure. ...
  3. Step 3 – Cut. ...
  4. Step 4 – Connect.


How do you align a lazy Susan? 
How do you align a lazy Susan?
A lazy Susan consists of two or three shelves that rotate around a center pole, which, if not properly aligned, can prevent the doors from closing or the shelves from smoothly rotating. You can adjust a lazy Susan cabinet pole in a few minutes with some hand tools. Remove the items from the lazy Susan shelves.Dec 6, 2018


How do you fix a lazy susan bearing? 
How do you fix a lazy susan bearing?
Lazy Susan
  1. Lift the doors slightly, push and allow them to recede into the cabinet to expose the shelves.
  2. Loosen a single setscrew on the vertical steel post in the middle just above the shelf. ...
  3. Tighten the setscrew with the screwdriver. ...
  4. Tighten the setscrew.


How do you measure for a lazy Susan Pie cut? 
How do you measure for a lazy Susan Pie cut?
The 24" would generally be used in corner wall cabinets; measure the cabinet or shelf space available to determine which will work for you. Lazy Susan shelves also have minimum and maximum inside cabinet height dimensions. Measure from inside bottom of the cabinet to the inside top of the cabinet.


How do you measure a Lazy Susan kidney? 
How do you measure a Lazy Susan kidney?
Steps
  1. Make sure your cabinet is a 45 degree corner or straight cabinet. The former is found in the kitchen corner, usually sitting at a 45 degree angle between two walls. ...
  2. Measure for the diameter of the Lazy Susan. ...
  3. Measure the depth of your cabinet. ...
  4. Measure your cabinet's opening. ...
  5. Measure the cabinet's inside height.
Mar 29, 2019


How do you measure for a corner cabinet? 
How do you measure for a corner cabinet?
How to Measure Corner Cabinets
  1. Place the end of the measuring tape at the back of one side of the cabinet, right next to the corner. ...
  2. Repeat the process, but start the measurement from the other side of the corner. ...
  3. Place the end of the tape measure against the back edge of the cabinet, along one of the ends.


What angle is a corner cabinet? 
What angle is a corner cabinet?
The next cut is an inside LH corner. You say that corner cabinet is set at 45 degrees to the plane of the wall so that would make the next angle 135 degrees.Sep 16, 2007


How much space does a corner cabinet take up? 
How much space does a corner cabinet take up?
Some cabinet lines with have a 33”, but most of them stick with a 36” Lazy Susan, which means it will take up 36” of space on each wall. This cabinet offers the most usable space and ends up being the most functional in the kitchen (plus, most people request them).Mar 30, 2013


How do you measure corner shelves? 
How do you measure corner shelves?
Building Triangle Corner Shelves. Measure the desired length of your shelves. Measure the two walls where the corner shelves will fit with a tape measure. Keep in mind that you'll want both of your shelves to be the same size on each wall.


Can Ikea wall cabinets be used as base cabinets? 
Can Ikea wall cabinets be used as base cabinets?
Wall cabinets as deep as IKEA kitchen base cabinets. However, to achieve the kind of look you want, you can use the IKEA METOD Top Cabinet or Freezer Top Cabinet. They come in a depth of 60 cm, same as base cabinets.Feb 22, 2019


What is a blind corner pantry? 
What is a blind corner pantry?
Designing with the Blind Corner Pantry. ... The Blind Corner Pantry is a simple and very modern take on the traditional corner pantry. Essentially just a large 2-door pantry – but one of the doors is a fixed or 'blind' panel which allows adjacent cabinets to be placed right into the corner against it.


What is a blind corner? 
What is a blind corner?
A blind corner or blind turn is a corner on a road where the view of what is behind the corner is obstructed.


What should always be in your fridge? 
What should always be in your fridge?
In the Fridge
  • Skim or 1 percent milk or fortified soy milk.
  • Fresh fruit. Keep at least one kind of fruit washed, cut, and stored in a clear plastic container where your kids can see and grab it.
  • Hummus. ...
  • Low-fat yogurt. ...
  • 100 percent fruit juice. ...
  • Bagged salad. ...
  • Lunch meats like turkey and lean roast beef.
  • Tortillas.


What Every kitchen should have? 
What Every kitchen should have?
Like any good workspace, your kitchen needs good tools.
  • Knives. ...
  • Cutting Boards. ...
  • Bowls. ...
  • Measuring Spoons & Cups. ...
  • Cookware. ...
  • Instant-Read Thermometer. ...
  • Utensils. ...
  • Colander.


What should you always have in your kitchen? 
What should you always have in your kitchen?
16 Foods You Should Have in Your Kitchen By the Time You're 25
  • Eggs. Eggs are incredible. ...
  • Butter. Again, butter is used for just about everything. ...
  • Milk (or a Dairy Substitute) Milk can be a pain to buy, I know. ...
  • Pasta Sauce. ...
  • Dijon Mustard. ...
  • Ketchup. ...
  • Grapes. ...
  • Apples.


What should I keep on my kitchen counters? 
What should I keep on my kitchen counters?
Store on the counter:
  • Canisters. Canisters (small and large) are a decorative way to store and contain small items. ...
  • Coffee maker. ...
  • Dish rack. ...
  • Mixer. ...
  • Paper towels. ...
  • Tools (contained in a crock). ...
  • Salt and pepper shakers. ...
  • Veggie/fruit basket.
Oct 23, 2018


How can I reduce my kitchen? 
How can I reduce my kitchen?
9 ways to reduce kitchen clutter
  1. Make your kitchen a more pleasant and inviting workspace with less clutter.
  2. 1 Use hidden storage space. ...
  3. Put the walls and ceiling to good use. ...
  4. Install proper disposal bins. ...
  5. Spend 10 minutes decluttering at night. ...
  6. Clean before you start working. ...
  7. 7. Make sure everything has a home. ...
  8. Reduce what you have.
Feb 2, 2015


How do you declutter a kitchen countertop? 
How do you declutter a kitchen countertop?
Instead of completely redesigning your kitchen, give yourself more counter space by learning how to declutter your kitchen counters and taking steps to keep them clear in the future.
...
Step 2: Choose What to Keep on Your Kitchen Counters
  1. Coffeemaker.
  2. Toaster.
  3. Dish rack.
  4. Crock of cooking tools.
  5. Fruit basket.
  6. Microwave.
Jun 21, 2018


How should I organize my kitchen counters? 
How should I organize my kitchen counters?
8 Design Tricks for Kitchens With Barely Any Counter Space
  1. Choose pretty canisters. ...
  2. Group like items to create a cohesive, intentional feel. ...
  3. Treat your drawers to some helpful organizers. ...
  4. Try a towel bar. ...
  5. Park a cake stand by the sink. ...
  6. Choose a cute toaster. ...
  7. And pick utensils to match.
Mar 30, 2015


How do I organize my Lazy Susan cabinets? 
How do I organize my Lazy Susan cabinets?
Tips to remember when organizing Lazy Susans:
  1. Round containers work well with the curve of the space. ...
  2. The use of containers keep everything from tipping over and getting lost in the back. ...
  3. Store stuff where you use it.
  4. Store frequently used stuff on the top shelves.
Sep 30, 2014


How can I organize my kitchen cabinets? 
How can I organize my kitchen cabinets?
Once your cabinet is emptied, wipe down the shelves with a good multipurpose cleaner.
  1. Step 1: Clean It Out & Decide What Stays In Each Cabinet. ...
  2. Step 2: Measure & Line Your Shelves. ...
  3. Step 3: Divide & Conquer. ...
  4. Step 4: Organize Pots, Pans, Lids, Food Storage Containers and Baking Sheets.
May 8, 2019


What goes in Lazy Susan? 
What goes in Lazy Susan?
A Lazy Susan is a turntable (rotating tray) placed on a table or countertop to aid in distributing food. Lazy Susans may be made from a variety of materials but are usually glass, wood, or plastic. They are usually circular and placed in the center of a circular table to share dishes easily among diners.


What should I use my lazy susan for? 
What should I use my lazy susan for?
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.


What do you do with a lazy Susan? 
What do you do with a lazy Susan?
12 Brilliant Ways To Use A Lazy Susan
  • Spice Cabinet. I have a handful of spices and seasonings that I use frequently when I cook, and I keep those in the cupboard above my stove. ...
  • Baking Supplies. ...
  • Refrigerator. ...
  • Craft Room. ...
  • Gift Wrap. ...
  • Dining Table. ...
  • Decorating Cakes. ...
  • Barbecues & Picnics.
Mar 22, 2018


How big should a lazy susan be? 
How big should a lazy susan be?
So if the table is 48" wide and you are going to use 16" for place settings, the Lazy Susan can be 16" in diameter. A Lazy Susan 16" in diameter will require about 2.3 board feet of lumber, 1.8 board feet for the top and 0.5 board feet for the base.


How do you get rid of a lazy Susan? 
How do you get rid of a lazy Susan?
Removal
  1. Remove every item from the Lazy Susan's shelves and set them aside.
  2. Use the screwdriver to remove the screws that secure the top mount of the old Lazy Susan in place.
  3. Gently pull the top of the old Lazy Susan assembly towards yourself and lift the entire assembly out of the cabinet.


How do you adjust a lazy Susan cabinet pole? 
How do you adjust a lazy Susan cabinet pole?
Method 1 Correcting Poor Rotation
  1. Pinpoint where rotation problems are occurring. ...
  2. Locate the locking bolt to adjust the center shaft. ...
  3. Loosen the bolt. ...
  4. Move the adjusting rod. ...
  5. Tighten the bolt to finish adjusting the center shaft. ...
  6. Locate the locking screws to adjust the shelf position. ...
  7. Loosen the screws.
Apr 22, 2019


How do you install a lazy Susan corner base cabinet? 
How do you install a lazy Susan corner base cabinet?
How to Install a Lazy Susan Base Cabinet From Home Depot
  1. Mark on the wall 34.5 inches from the floor with a tape measure and pencil on the corner were you will install the Lazy Susan cabinet.
  2. Cut a 2-by-4 section of wood in two pieces so each piece is 1 inch less than the width of each side of the Lazy Susan cabinet.


How a Lazy Susan works? 
How a Lazy Susan works?
The Lazy Susan rotates on a set of bearings, making everything on the tray or shelf easy to reach with a simple spin. The bearings enable the smooth, rotating movement and reduce friction between the platform and the base to increase speed.


What is a super Susan? 
What is a super Susan?
Super Susan: What is a Super Susan? This is where you have fixed shelves with a single Lazy Susan tray that spins independently on top of the shelf. There are typically two of them in one corner cabinet.Jul 6, 2017


Did Thomas Jefferson invent the Lazy Susan? 
Did Thomas Jefferson invent the Lazy Susan?
Thomas Jefferson invented the lazy Susan in the 18th century, though they were referred to as dumbwaiters at that time. ... Others believe that Thomas Edison was the inventor, as he is believed to have invented the turntable for his phonograph, which later evolved into the Lazy Susan.”Feb 22, 2018


How big is a lazy Susan cabinet? 
How big is a lazy Susan cabinet?
Lazy susans are sold in diameters of even numbers, so a 36 or 39-inch corner cabinet will typically use a 32-inch lazy susan, while a 33-inch corner cabinet would use a 28-inch susan.


Do you capitalize Lazy Susan? 
Do you capitalize Lazy Susan?
Both words of "Lazy Susan" are capitalized throughout most of the article. Reliable sources don't seem to lean that way.


How do you center a lazy Susan? 
How do you center a lazy Susan?
A lazy Susan consists of two or three shelves that rotate around a center pole, which, if not properly aligned, can prevent the doors from closing or the shelves from smoothly rotating.
...
Things You Will Need
  1. Screwdriver.
  2. Level.
  3. Power drill with screw tip.
  4. Drill bit, 1/8-inch.
Dec 6, 2018


Who created the Lazy Susan? 
Who created the Lazy Susan?
Lazy Susan/Inventors


How do you install upper corner kitchen cabinets? 
How do you install upper corner kitchen cabinets?
Installing Upper Cabinets
  1. Start by attaching a straight 1-by-4 ledger level on the wall at the 54-inch line. ...
  2. Begin your installation with a corner cabinet, or from the far left if you don't have a corner unit. ...
  3. Drill holes through the cabinet backs at the top, middle and bottom rails.


What screws to use to hang cabinets? 
What screws to use to hang cabinets?
  1. On frameless cabinets, drill the holes for connectors.
  2. Screw the cabinets together. On framed cabinets, drill holes for 1 ¼-inch drywall screws in the recesses for the hinges to hide them.


What are blind corner cabinets? 
What are blind corner cabinets?
Blind Base Cabinets 101. A blind base cabinet is a piece used in a corner to transition from one wall to another without leaving a large empty/void space in a corner; it is also used when a traditional corner cabinet such as a Lazy Susan is not preferred or won't fit the available space.Apr 19, 2017


How do you install scribe molding on kitchen cabinets? 
How do you install scribe molding on kitchen cabinets?
Kitchen cabinet molding can be a great way to add a touch of class and elegance to your décor. Scribe molding is a type of molding that is placed at the end of cabinets where they meet the wall.
...
Kitchen Cabinet Molding: How to Install Scribe Molding
  1. Step 1 – Particle Board. ...
  2. Step 2 – Measure. ...
  3. Step 3 – Cut. ...
  4. Step 4 – Connect.


Where does scribe molding go on cabinets? 
Where does scribe molding go on cabinets?
Scribe molding is a strip of wood that can go behind cabinets against an uneven wall, or along the tops of cabinets near a heavily textured or uneven ceiling, to ensure a snug fit. The most common use is for cabinets that are mounted against brick, cinderblock, or stone walls.May 20, 2017


What is the molding on top of cabinets called? 
What is the molding on top of cabinets called?
Cabinet moulding, sometimes spelled cabinet molding, is a long, narrow decorative piece of wood that is used to give cabinetry a customized look. It can be used to cover the space between the cabinets and the ceiling, installed atop or below a cabinet, or inserted into the cabinet front.


How do you fix a lazy susan bearing? 
How do you fix a lazy susan bearing?
Lazy Susan
  1. Lift the doors slightly, push and allow them to recede into the cabinet to expose the shelves.
  2. Loosen a single setscrew on the vertical steel post in the middle just above the shelf. ...
  3. Tighten the setscrew with the screwdriver. ...
  4. Tighten the setscrew.


How do you clean a Lazy Susan corner cabinet? 
How do you clean a Lazy Susan corner cabinet?
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for a Lazy Susan
  1. Empty the Cabinet. Remove all of the items in the lazy Susan, which is much easier than trying to work around the cans and boxes of food. ...
  2. Vacuum the Cabinet. Vacuum to get up all the loose dirt. ...
  3. Spray the Shelves. ...
  4. Scrape the Cleaner and Grease. ...
  5. Scrub the Shelves. ...
  6. Wipe the Shelves. ...
  7. Add Clean Items.


Does crown molding have to match cabinets? 
Does crown molding have to match cabinets?
But if we're painting kitchen cabinets in a new color, homeowners often ask us whether their crown molding should be painted to match. Since crown molding often joins up with the kitchen's upper cabinets, the color choice will get noticed.Mar 26, 2017


Can you add crown molding to cabinets? 
Can you add crown molding to cabinets?
Provide a nailing surface for crown moulding by attaching solid wood mounting strips to the top edges of the cabinets. ... (Use one long strip for a row of cabinets the same depth.) Then apply wood glue to each strip, nail it in place, and let dry.


How much does it cost to install crown molding? 
How much does it cost to install crown molding?
Most professionals charge about $4 to $8 per linear foot for material and labor. The average cost to have a professional install crown molding on 500 linear feet usually ranges from about $2,000 to $4,000.Sep 10, 2015


How do you measure for a Lazy Susan corner cabinet? 
How do you measure for a Lazy Susan corner cabinet?
Measure the inside width of the cabinet from one side to the other. Subtract 2 to 4 inches from the smaller of these two measurements for clearance around the shelf. The result is the diameter of the largest lazy Susan that will fit inside your cabinet.


How do you measure a Lazy Susan kidney? 
How do you measure a Lazy Susan kidney?
Steps
  1. Make sure your cabinet is a 45 degree corner or straight cabinet. The former is found in the kitchen corner, usually sitting at a 45 degree angle between two walls. ...
  2. Measure for the diameter of the Lazy Susan. ...
  3. Measure the depth of your cabinet. ...
  4. Measure your cabinet's opening. ...
  5. Measure the cabinet's inside height.
Mar 29, 2019


How do you measure for a corner cabinet? 
How do you measure for a corner cabinet?
How to Measure Corner Cabinets
  1. Place the end of the measuring tape at the back of one side of the cabinet, right next to the corner. ...
  2. Repeat the process, but start the measurement from the other side of the corner. ...
  3. Place the end of the tape measure against the back edge of the cabinet, along one of the ends.


How do you measure for a lazy Susan Pie cut? 
How do you measure for a lazy Susan Pie cut?
The 24" would generally be used in corner wall cabinets; measure the cabinet or shelf space available to determine which will work for you. Lazy Susan shelves also have minimum and maximum inside cabinet height dimensions. Measure from inside bottom of the cabinet to the inside top of the cabinet.


What angle is a corner cabinet? 
What angle is a corner cabinet?
The next cut is an inside LH corner. You say that corner cabinet is set at 45 degrees to the plane of the wall so that would make the next angle 135 degrees.Sep 16, 2007


How big should a lazy susan be? 
How big should a lazy susan be?
So if the table is 48" wide and you are going to use 16" for place settings, the Lazy Susan can be 16" in diameter. A Lazy Susan 16" in diameter will require about 2.3 board feet of lumber, 1.8 board feet for the top and 0.5 board feet for the base.


How much space does a corner cabinet take up? 
How much space does a corner cabinet take up?
Some cabinet lines with have a 33”, but most of them stick with a 36” Lazy Susan, which means it will take up 36” of space on each wall. This cabinet offers the most usable space and ends up being the most functional in the kitchen (plus, most people request them).Mar 30, 2013


How do you cut crown molding for corners? 
How do you cut crown molding for corners?
To cut crown molding inside corners, start by measuring the angle of the corner using an adjustable protractor, and setting a compound miter saw to the correct angles. Next, place the piece of crown molding in the jig and the bed of your saw to cut the right inside corner.Mar 29, 2019


What size sink fits in a 36 corner cabinet? 
What size sink fits in a 36 corner cabinet?
A 33-by-22 inch sink will fit into a sink base cabinet that takes up 36 inches on each wall; if you have a larger cabinet that takes up 42 inches, you can increase your sink size to 36- or 38-by-22 inches.


What are the dimensions of a corner kitchen cabinet? 
What are the dimensions of a corner kitchen cabinet?
Base cabinets - typically 24" deep (also 12", 15", 18") and 34 1/2" tall (countertops add 1 1/2" to make the finished height 36"). Upper/Wall cabinets - mostly 12" deep (also 15", 18", 24") and 12", 15", 18", 24", 30 " (typical), 36", 42" tall.


What size do corner cabinets come in? 
What size do corner cabinets come in?
Standard wall cabinet depth is 12 inches for manufacturers working in inches and 30cm for manufacturers working in metric measurements. Standard wall cabinet widths mirror the widths available for base cabinets ie 12, 15, 18, 24, 30, 36 inches and 30, 40, 50, 60, 80cm. These can vary by manufacturer.


How do you measure corner shelves? 
How do you measure corner shelves?
Building Triangle Corner Shelves. Measure the desired length of your shelves. Measure the two walls where the corner shelves will fit with a tape measure. Keep in mind that you'll want both of your shelves to be the same size on each wall.


Can you use base cabinets as wall cabinets? 
Can you use base cabinets as wall cabinets?
Using a wall cabinet as a base cabinet can be very practical depending on the situation. If you are using stock cabinets from a hardware store and there are limited size options, it sometimes is a necessity. ... Standard base cabinetsare 34 1/2 inches high and 24 inches deep.


How deep are IKEA base cabinets? 
How deep are IKEA base cabinets?
Cabinets: Available in four heights — 15, 20, 30 and 40 inches — and two depths — 15 and 24 inches. Note that the 15-inch depth increased from AKURUM's 12-inch depth, so there's even more storage space now.Jan 21, 2015


What is IKEA sektion? 
What is IKEA sektion?
SEKTION is the name for the only base cabinet system that IKEA now offers. For more than two decades, IKEA's modular kitchen cabinet system was known as AKURUM. ... You'll find a few free-standing cabinets in the form of kitchen islands and carts, but that's about it for freestanding items.Jan 10, 2019
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What is a blind pantry? 
What is a blind pantry?
The Blind Corner Pantry is a simple and very modern take on the traditional corner pantry. Essentially just a large 2-door pantry – but one of the doors is a fixed or 'blind' panel which allows adjacent cabinets to be placed right into the corner against it.


How do you deal with kitchen corners? 
How do you deal with kitchen corners?
Here are three things to do with the corners in your kitchen — and none of them involve a lazy Susan.
...
3 Smart Ways to Make the Most of Kitchen Corners
  1. Angle the cabinets. ...
  2. Go with drawers instead of doors. ...
  3. Put your sink there.
Jul 18, 2017


What is a blind corner? 
What is a blind corner?
A blind corner or blind turn is a corner on a road where the view of what is behind the corner is obstructed.