Published at Wednesday, 16 January 2019. Kitchen Islands. By Halina Poulsen.
The island kitchen design is a widely chosen layout all around the world. It is a perfect combination of an L shaped layout and a straight line modular kitchen layout. It gives the kitchen an unconnected island space. The extra space can be sued to settle a common countertop, a small seating, a bar area or a sink. This design is generally preferable for those who want an open cooking space.
If you are short on space, choose spindle legs for one end of your island – you can easily move your seating out of the way and the island won’t feel imposing. Don’t make the mistake of choosing an island with drawers in front of where the seating will go – you’ll end up forgetting the drawers are there and you won’t make good use of them and asking people to move so you can get something out would be a nightmare. If you need additional storage as well, have it on the opposite side of your seating or on the end.
Oversized islands may be everywhere these days, but they didn’t exist in early kitchens. Still, the concept of a separate workspace started showing up as early as the 18th century, which means it is possible to design an island for today's needs while hewing to historical examples.
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