The Different from Common Types of Kitchen Cabinet Lazy Susans
The kitchen cabinet lazy susans is a must have for people who love to cook or bake.
It places all your spices, condiments and baking supplies within easy reach, without taking up counter space. The lazy susan cabinet is built in with the rest of your cabinetry, giving your kitchen a clutter-free appearance. There are several styles of kitchen cabinet lazy susans which include the D-shaped, full round, half-round, kidney, pie-cut and blind corner susans.
Here the different from these kitchen cabinet lazy susans.
The D-shaped kitchen cabinet lazy susan is designed to be used in regular and corner cabinets with a with a 45 degree angle door. This variety of lazy susan is sold in either polymer, wood or wire materials with either two, three or five shelves. The full round kitchen cabinet lazy susan is one of the most versatile lazy susans, as it fits in regular, diagonal or corner cabinets, either in the lower or upper position. The full round lazy susan is sold in either polymer, wire or wood, with dependent, or independently, rotating shelves.
Half round kitchen cabinet lazy susans are used in blind corner cabinets. They make use of the space that would normally be inaccessible. When installed, this lazy susan pivots around and brings items that are located in the back of the cabinet towards the front. Kidney shaped lazy susans are installed in cabinets with unattached double folding doors. The shelves on this style lazy susan turn independently of each other, making all the items fully accessible. Kidney shaped lazy susans are available in one, three and five shelf models.
Pie-cut kitchen cabinet lazy susans are secured directly to the cabinet door when it is manufactured. This gives it a custom fit, making every inch of space fully accessible. This model of lazy susan is sold with either one or two shelves in wood, wire or polymer material. The blind corner kitchen cabinet lazy susan is sold to make use of space that is otherwise inaccessible. It has pull-out shelves that activate when a person opens the door or pulls on a lever. The shelves bring your supplies from the back of the cabinet, to the front.