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My first job in construction was working for a general contractor who designed and built kitchens with beautiful hardwood cabinets. Ever since, kitchens and cabinetry have been my first love. Although I now subcontract most of the fabrication, I still design the cabinets and usually handle the tricky parts myself. One of those tricky spots is how to get the most efficient storage where the cabinets turn the corner. I have two solutions to offer: revolving shelves — lazy Susans — for Lshaped, base or wall cabinets; and pull-out shelves for blind-corner, base cabinets. Both of these are useful for storing large items such as pots, pans, large bowls, platters, and woks. Efficient Lazy Susans I'm a cook as well