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I'm sending pictures of the space, there is a bank of drawers on the right and a right hand door on the left, I really don't care which way the corner cabinet door swings.
I'm open to any ideas, especially if there is a more inexpensive solution, as I said these are old oak cabinets that will be used as work benches in my shop.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks for your time!
Why not just leave it open and run a counter over it??
If you really want doors, look up the Blum Catalogue. In it you will find info for sizing the doors. Alternatively, get a set of hinges, then make some trial and error doors out of scrap plywood until you get them the size you want.
JM's got it. Put the counter top over the top and leave the space open. Keep it simple.
You could get away with using an empty lazy susan, the function of the lazy susan is to fill those corner spots. Alternatively, you might be able to get some more space by using 2 cabinets and knocking out the dividers. I have seen/done this quite a bit and it works well.