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    The bottom shelf of this cupboard has all of the ceramic / glass baking dishes and glass salad type bowls and the top shelf has all the small serving bowls you use for nuts and lollies when entertaining. Nothing that I would have to access every day.

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    Electrical appliances, big bulky stuff that doesn't fit elsewhere, and booze. You can tell I don't have kids my booze is all in ground level cupboards..

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    different houses have different levels of accessability.

    This house, the corner cupboard is fairly accessable, so we put in crockery and pots.

    In previous houses that the corner cupboard was less accessable, options included:
    * potatoes and onions
    * plastic containers
    * small appliances (electric beater, rice cooker, juicer, etc)
    * baking items - cake tins, muffin pans, baking trays, etc

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    my corner cupboards are very easily accessible. in one i keep all my containers, in the other i keep plates/mugs/bowls on the top and chopping boards and a few other things like that on the bottom.

    my unaccessible cupboards are the ones above the stove lol

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    I only have one corner cupboard in my kitchen and it holds appliances that don't get used daily - so mixer, juicer, pie maker, small grill etc.

    When our kitchen was re-done we did away with the other 2 corners - one now has a nice, big pantry and the other has dishwasher and big drawers. I got lots of big, deep drawers rather than as many cupboards. They are brilliant!!

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    Every appliance I've ever bought and then only used once:

    Toasted Sandwich Maker

    Juicer

    Blender

    Griller

    Hand mixer

    Etc. Etc. Etc.

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    My sink leaks into my corner cupboard (can't wait to move!) so I can only use half of it. In the half that doesn't get leaked on I put my electrical stuff, food processor, pie maker etc. I also have baking trays in there.

    The leaky half, a towel

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    Pots on the top, plastics on the bottom

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    i have 2 corner cupboards, its a U-shape kitchen.... they have a single door (not the folding type) but are narrow at teh door and wide and deep at the back.

    One has roasting dishes, baking pans, mortar and pestle up top.
    Bottom has all plastic tupperware/containers, all kids plastic plates/cups (always a mess)

    Other side has bread maker, 2x large frypans/griddle pans, electric frypan, sandwich toaster.

    Bottom has small appliances... sandwich maker, food processor, stick mixer, popcorn maker, sushi roller, braed slicing contraption, rice cooker

    I have it down to an art form how I get my frypans in/out on an angle, tehy are used a lot LOL

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    i have 2 corner cupboards, they are accesible but fairly deep so crap gets lost in there. in one i have appliances - blender, hand mixer, electric frypan etc etc. in the other i have mixing bowls/jugs at the front, serving platters, a huge box of cookie cutters, and other assorted junk towards the back


 

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