We have all seen them or have them in our kitchens. The corners under our counter tops that are cavernous yet only have a small door leading into them. They seem to be the largest waste of space in kitchen designs and are found to harbor many seasonal or seldom used cooking ware and accessing them seems to require a miners lamp attached to your forehead.
These large areas do serve the purpose of holding your counter tops but do little in aiding the organization of our kitchen cupboards. In the initial design of a kitchen cabinet concept the designer usually has a choice of the lazy susan cabinet that is more expensive and requires a larger amount of wall space or the more economical solution of installing a cabinet that is covered by the cabinets coming into it at a right angle thus creating what is called a blind corner.