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Kitchen Corner Base Units

  • Board :18mm Melamine Faced Chipboard
  • Board Thickness :18mm Egger MFC Board
  • Base Back Thickness :18mm Solid Back
  • Service Void :42mm Void
  • Base Unit Height :720mm + 150mm Adjustable Legs
  • Standard Availible Widths :800mm, 900mm, 1000mm
  • Construction :Pre-Inserted Cam & Dowels Ultra fast construction
  • Lipping :2mm ABS Visible edges lipped
  • Colours :11 Colours of Carcasses Available
  • Adjustment :Fully Adjustable Legs
  • Adjustment :Fully Soft Closing Hinges
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When it comes to making the most of kitchen storage, corner base units are invaluable. Why waste this unused area, or leave unsightly gaps between runs of units, when a corner cupboard could fit there? No matter the size of your kitchen, installing corner base cabinets is a space-saving solution.

Specifically designed to fit seamlessly into corners between perpendicular runs, corner base units allow you to create your ideal kitchen layout. Whether it’s L-shaped, U-shaped, or even G-shaped, you can’t achieve these angular arrangements without kitchen corner cabinets to connect them.

Once installed, corner base cabinets provide extra hidden storage space for the kitchen items you use less frequently. This makes it easier to organise your kitchen essentials and keep the counters free of clutter. Clean and tidy kitchens are all the better for cooking, dining, and entertaining.

Why order corner base units from Kitchen Warehouse?

Our kitchen corner units are made from sturdy 18mm chipboard with 2mm ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) edging, combining affordable materials and durability. With a selection of widths to choose from, you should be able to find the perfect size for your kitchen corners on the Kitchen Warehouse website.

Though they come in a standard height of 720mm, we provide corner base cabinets with adjustable legs, allowing you to make them up to 150mm taller. If you need to consider access to pipes and wiring in the installation area, each base corner unit has a 42mm service void.

Of course, the colour is important, too – which is why we offer a variety of shades. Not only can you find the ideal corner base unit that fits in physically, but you can also select a finish that fits in with your kitchen’s colour scheme. We have plenty of kitchen door styles for you to choose from.

To make the most of your extra cupboard space, why not invest in some smart kitchen storage mechanisms? Reaching down into deep corner base units can be difficult, but pull-outs and carousels can make accessing the back of the cupboard a breeze. 

Contact us today about kitchen corner base units

Utilising your kitchen storage properly can be a challenge, especially in smaller kitchens. However, with corner base units from Kitchen Warehouse, you’re sure to use every inch of available cupboard space. Our products are here to help you tailor your kitchen to suit your needs, from top to bottom.

You can browse our range of kitchen units and replacement cabinet doors on our website, or get in touch for more information about our kitchen corner base units. Call us on 01765 640 000 to speak to a member of the team, or email contact@kitchenwarehouseltd.com and we’ll get back to you. 

Kitchen Corner Base Unit FAQs

What are the benefits of corner base units?

Corners are an awkward space to fill when it comes to functional furniture. When runs of kitchen units meet at a right angle, this is often called a ‘blind corner’. It forms a deeper cupboard space with a smaller access area, making it difficult to see inside properly and reach items stored further back.

This may not seem like a benefit – why have a corner base unit there at all if it’s difficult to use? The answer is that corner kitchen units are actually a practical hidden space for storing items that you don’t want to leave out on the counters, but don’t have enough room to store in the other cabinets.

People tend to take advantage of the extra space to store kitchen equipment and tools that they don’t use often enough to keep them anywhere else. That doesn’t mean the kitchen corner cabinet has to be inaccessible, though – there are plenty of things you can do to banish the ‘blind’ aspect. 

How to make the most of kitchen corner units?

There are many types of corner units out there, whether they’re standard, diagonal, L-shaped, or even curved. Diagonal or L-shaped cabinets are best for eliminating that deep ‘blind’ space at the back, as they’re more accessible from the front – especially if the cupboard has bi-fold doors.

Even with standard corner base units, you can save yourself the trouble of bending down and reaching blindly into the back of the cabinet by installing a clever mechanism. ‘Super’ Lazy Susans, carousels, and pull-out shelves are some of the most popular solutions for tricky corner cabinets.

These kinds of systems let you organise your stored equipment properly, rather than just hiding everything in a jumble and forgetting what’s in there. Arranging whatever you keep in the corner cupboard in ‘like’ groups – such as baking tools or the ‘good dinnerware’ – makes things easier. 

What types of kitchen corner units are available?

At Kitchen Warehouse, we don’t just offer kitchen corner base units. We have suitable cabinets for every kitchen corner, including upper runs. Our standard kitchen corner wall units are 720mm high, just like the base units – though lower runs can be adjusted to a taller height with their 150mm legs.

If you have a kitchen with a high ceiling, our tall kitchen corner wall units are 900mm high. Or, if you have a low kitchen ceiling, our 575mm low height corner wall units might be more suitable. In some cases, we may cater to custom unit measurements – you can contact us to discuss this possibility.

We generally supply 600mm corner units with 300mm doors for both base and wall installations, but styles and sizes may vary depending on the specific product collection. For diagonal and L-shaped corner units, you can leave the doors off if you choose to create open display shelves.

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