Published at Monday, 04 February 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.
You can select the cabinetry based on the style you’re going for – rustic, contemporary, elegant or some combination of any two or all three. If the kitchen space is larger, you can even have a kitchen island installed. In a smaller area, you can still make the kitchen the heart of the home by utilising the space that the L shaped kitchen design leaves you to play around with.
To create extra workspace, make sure you create a kitchen island that works best in your space, allowing you to use the entire surface (choose the largest one you can fit in your kitchen space). Alternatively, you should also consider moving your cooktop range, one of the appliances that takes up a lot of counter space in your kitchen, to the island.
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