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Let’s face it; it’s easier to get in the car and drive to Jamba Juice than pull out the blender from the corner of the cabinet. Rather than spending loads of money on professionally built cabinets, check out these DIY solutions to make the corners of your kitchen more functional. Which makes it great for those large rarely used items like blenders, food processors and bread makers. If you are a lucky duck and already have a great storage spot for those larger items, then the Rev-a- Shelf half moon might work better for you. This would be a great place to store fruit leather, goldfish, granola bars or other on-the-go type snacks. A small tiered Lazy Susan is perfect for holding salt and pepper shakers, sugar bowls, napkins, spices and all sorts of other items that take up space on your counter.

This is the ultimate lazy Susan, making it much easier to dispose of items and save the environment all at the same time. This is also a great option if you have pets in the house; luckily for us, most animals haven’t figured out how to open cabinets yet.

This is great for displaying those fancy dishes that never get used, which will free up space in a cabinet to hide your ugly items.

The shelving unit is made out of Redwood, which naturally protects against mildew and humidity decay making it safe to store your wine for long periods of time. The bottom section is closed to hide all your unattractive paraphernalia, while the top can be used to display your more beautiful appliances and dishes. This bakers rack is the perfect size and can also be a great addition to a bathroom that needs a little extra touch.

As long as you’ve got about four inches of width to play with, you can make use of that unused space, including that corner all the way at the back of the fridge. This Slim Rolling Can and Spice Rack is perfect if you’re looking to maximize every nook and cranny in your kitchen. It measures 3.5 inches wide and features four shelves that are perfectly sized to hold standard cans. A small front handle and slim wheels make it easy to pull out and roll away. A few individual wall hooks can turn an unused corner into a stylish, functional storage space. If you have a small corner area that doesn’t offer enough room to mount a shelf, these Loop Wall Hooks from West Elm are the perfect alternative.

Use these kitchen wall hooks to hang potholders, oven mitts, aprons, or decorate dish towels that you want to put on display. You can also mount these hooks on the inside of cabinet doors to hang reusable shopping totes or plastic bags that you want to use again.

With a white metal finish, this stand features three individual baskets perfect for holding fruits, veggies and plants.

Vintage-inspired with scrolled edges and curved feet, this piece is sure to add function and beauty to any casual kitchen design.

The natural weave gives it a timeless look, making it easy to incorporate into any modern, rustic or sophisticated kitchen design. If your family loves fruits and veggies, this 3 Tier Wire Hanging Basket is the perfect way to make the most of the corner space.

This slender basket features a simple wire design with an S-hook at the top that can be attached to just about any ceiling-mounted hook.

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