Corner kitchen cabinets are made with the same basic than regular kitchen cabinet components. However, there are additional features of some manufacturer’s corner cabinets available. Understanding the basic components and options available in complementary roles is the first step to getting the corner cabinet is the most functional for your kitchen and fits into your budget.
The basic foundation or core of a cabinet is called the box. This consists of the sides, back, bottom, top and front frame, without the door. The material used for the construction of the box determines the strength and quality of the carcass. Plywood gives the strongest structure as MDF and particle board give less support. Designs corner kitchen cabinet boxes may have a rounded back to accommodate unit and having an L-shaped opening of the door. The cabinet box can also come in a design of the blind corner requiring two regular cabinets to join together in a corner. This type of box design may require special shelf for reasonable access.
The door of a corner kitchen cabinet may be the same design as the rest of the cabinets, which can be flat or raised panel front or have molding on your face for a stylish design. Corner kitchen cabinet that has feature may have cabinet doors that are attached to racks shaped cake cutting and turn the shelf. Another option is to have a closet door double-leaf swinging independently to allow the rotating tray or rack deployment in easily accessible.