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One of the trickier parts of building cabinets is dealing with corners. There are a number of approaches, including Lazy Susans and diagonal drawers, but the easiest approach is to install an open blind corner base cabinet. This cabinet will have a narrow door opening, but the interior space of the cabinet is massive, allowing for a place for large, rarely-used items to be stored.
In Build a Blind Corner Base Cabinet, learn how to make one of these units with a few woodworking tools and a single sheet of plywood.
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