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I never built a kitchen where convenient access to storage and spaceefficiency were not important to the client. Over the years, kitchen hardware makers have answered these needs with catalogues full of pullout, fold-down, pop-up, and swivel devices designed to make kitchen storage more accessible and to make use of every inch of space. Years ago, though, when I was starting out as a custom cabinetmaker, space-efficiency basically meant a good design and a lazy susan in every corner — at least insofar as the budget would allow. There were originally two types of lazy susans — the full-round version, usually found in upper corner cabinets, and the pie-cut version, for Lshaped base cabinets. I never really liked pie-cut lazy susans