These pics are from the same kitchen as in Part I, this is a lower corner cabinet that's wide and deep with a narrow door. I was hoping to install a blind corner system but the door opening was too narrow. So we again, went the quick, easy, and inexpensive way by using an Elfa drawer unit. This unit fits in there perfectly, without an inch to spare. I literally had to assemble the unit IN the cabinet (thank goodness I'm pretty tiny and can actually fit in there!)
It's a wide 4-runner frame with a top (sold separately), and a 1-runner drawer resting on top to make the most use of the space. The tall skinny elfa drawer in front holds smaller cutting boards, the take-out menu binder, etc, keeping them in reach. This also means when you want to get to the back drawers (which isn't too often), you only have to take this one piece out instead of everything individually.