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Can a dish washer be installed in a corner of my kitchen cabinets

I have a lot of wasted space in the corner of my cabinets and was wondering if a dishwasher could be installed in there. Some say that it would not look right

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It depends on you kitchen layout. If it is small and you need a place to install the dishwasher, the corner is fine. It is no different than placing a sink, wall oven, or refridgerator there. I have done all of the above, and they were not in small kitchens.

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