Wasted kitchen space - how to recover it?

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On 6/1/2012 3:35 PM, chaniarts wrote:

>http://www.shelvesthatslide.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Store_Code=STS&Screen=PROD&Category_Code &Product_Code=RV5PSP15>

I hope my wife doesn't see this. ;)
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On 6/1/2012 4:01 PM, Oren wrote: ...

Nice build, indeed. Ugly as sin, but build is nice... :)
OP would have to redo cabinets no matter what (anything reasonable, anyway; cutting into interior sides of existing and such suggestions being ignored as frivolous). Other options would allow for the (aiui already ordered/maybe arrived?) countertop to be used; this would mean redoing it as well.
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On Thursday, May 31, 2012 9:24:17 PM UTC-4, Cheryl wrote:

How the hell would you make any sort of sensible access from the TOP?
How would I tackle cutting through the neighbor cabinets to make use of the space? With a saw.
Frankly I would figure out some shelving to put in there BEFORE the countertops go in. It's going to be difficult to do it afterwards. The shelves will have to go in in small pieces.
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On 6/1/2012 12:12 PM, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

if it were not granite, you could use the same way they access most sailboat reefers: they don't have a swing out door, but are installed in a cabinet with a liftout trap door from the top.

countertops go in. It's going to be difficult to do it afterwards. The shelves will have to go in in small pieces.
there is a mechanism for this already but i can't seen to find the youtube on it.
there's also this
<http://www.magiccorners.com/kitchen-organizers/32-half-moon-pivot-and-slide-shelves-_WLD-4WLS882-32-570.php
which attaches to the door and pivots out.
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