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Double-decking corner cabinets.

Double-decking corner cabinets

Stacking two cabinets across one corner of this remodeled kitchen created a space-saving, efficient work and storage center.

The upper center cabinet contains a polemounted lazy Susan. Cabinets on each side have standard shelves. Below, bifold doors open to reveal a shallower appliance garage. The design is by San Francisco architect Paul Rotter.

Photo: Uncluttered corner cupboards open to reveal spice shelves hung on doors and a three-level lazy Susan in center

Photo: Piano hinges allow doors on appliance cabinet to swing wide open for easy access
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Date:Mar 1, 1984
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