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    I have just one corner cupboard and I keep all the things that I don't use that often.
    Platters for entertaining
    Punch bowl
    Boxes of extra wine glasses for parties
    Pasta maker



    Little Squishy - Due May 2012

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    I keep all our plastics and bowls in ours. It was a real mess but DP ( on his eternal house perfecting mission) put in a lazy suzanne, so now I can get to anything easily, the only downside is it's reduced the space a bit

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    All our booze is kept in our corner cupboard. I have SO much cupboard space in my kitchen!! I only have one corner cupboard though thankfully.

    That whole section is for booze, dog food and my vinegar and bicarb sprays and pastes ect I use for cleaning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    I have a lot of kitchen cupboard space, so nothing.
    I'm so jealous!


 

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