One of the option for your angular kitchen cabinet layout is to install cabinets above the sink. Often, kitchens will have a window placed above the sink but in some cases this does not work. If your sink does not boast a window above it then it is the perfect space for additional cabinets. The wall space above your sink can be used to safely store cleaning supplies out of reach or Tupperware. You can also install a light underneath the cabinet above your sink and shed additional light on your kitchen.
If you decide upon the one wall layout or the galley layout then the corridor style will place a stove on one side of your kitchen with the sink and refrigerator on the other. This provides you with several configuration options for your kitchen cabinets. One idea boasts installing the cabinets on the majority of one wall in your kitchen from top to bottom creating a pantry. The height of this style means that your cabinets do not need to be as wide as standard cabinets but in any case, do not sacrifice precious storage space. When you select the one-wall style it is best to install your cabinets above your appliances and along the wall which is connected to it. If you do not have enough walls pace here then you can utilize the wall space which is opposite the appliances. This is an ideal style for smaller kitchens which utilize any additional wall space to create additional storage.