Published at Monday, 04 February 2019. Kitchen Islands. By Halina Poulsen.
Most kitchen islands we see are square, but that doesn’t mean that a square island is the best shape for your kitchen. Be open to considering a rectangular island, as that might just work better with the space you have available and the size and shape of your kitchen. Be open to other kitchen island ideas; you should also consider circular, oval or bean-shaped kitchen islands, so don’t hesitate when it comes to thinking outside the box for your kitchen island.
But, one of our policies is to publish any kitchen layout because while I may not be a huge fan, somebody may like it and find it helpful. This website is all about inspiring, providing useful information and helping people. It’s not my vanity project. Welcome to our huge kitchen island ideas page where we showcase hundreds of kitchens with islands of all types – big islands, small islands, rectangular, square, curved, dark, light or for working space or a place for small appliances such as coffee makers, microwaves, toasters, etc.
This casual kitchen shows off minimalism with two slim islands incorporating a stove and oven and an aesthetically pleasing bar, a dream for those who think less is more. With ample of sunlight, this kitchen is fit for a small family and is conveniently spaced to accommodate dining tables or a buffet spread. A subtle kitchen for those who love space – and lots of it!
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