Rotating Shelves or Lazy Susan Great to install in corner cabinets that allows you to turn it around and see all the items stored and within easy reach. Commonly used on upper cabinets and can be built with two separate rotating levels.
If your space is quite limited, you must think about every design possible that could use it in a smart manner. You don't want to slam and cram in a huge cabinet in your kitchen, blocking everything in the way. That would be inconvenient for you. Try a rotating cabinet, the ones that uses less space. It gives you more storage capacity and allows you to reach for stuff much easily. You could simply spin it until you see the object that you are suppose to get. Like a knife or a spoon, perhaps. These are the suitable types of design for kitchen cabinets for small areas.
If your budget is smaller yet and you have to do most of the work yourself, there is still hope. Get kitchen design books and magazines to guide your design efforts. Do as much of the work as you are able to do well, then hire professionals to do what you can't. Sometimes you can hire a professional who will let you work with him to save money. You may be able to use your old cabinets if you paint them or have them refaced. You can always get a good plan from a kitchen designer and do it in stages as your budget allows.
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