It's like I described in my other post. The cabinet to your left has a dead corner on the left, and the one on the right has it to the right. Without moving the appliances, you could just have a single shelf cabinet, but an open side to access the dead corner.Doing research, asking questions. I might be able to build a simple box and add drawers.
Now I have a dishwasher and stove a small cabinet for holding a fly swatter and two blind corners. The blind corners are a waste of space. Seems like the space could be better utilized?
Move the stove and dishwasher a bit and see how others have handled the corners. Someone always has a better idea!
So, it was an "angled" corner drawer base. No way around the dead space with that configuration.Thanks for the response and hope you had a good Thanks Giving.
The present left and right corners are accessible, if I get on my knees and crawl into the cabinet.
Moving the stove and dishwasher a few inches does not appear to be a big issue, which would free up enough space for corner drawer base's.
I looked at commercially available drawer bases for ideas and they leave a large amount of unaccessable space. It would still be far more usable space than I have.
The Blum plans, while usable also leave a large amount of dead space. Also seem overly complicated for a simple cabinet.
I've attached a crude sketch of what I am thinking about. JIm