Published at Monday, 04 February 2019. Kitchen Islands. By Halina Poulsen.
If you want to use it for storage, look around for kitchen island designs with the most practical storage solutions for you. Maybe you just want more cupboard and drawer space, or perhaps you need somewhere to chill and store wine? You can add drawers to store utensils and cookware in, or open shelves so you have somewhere to stow cookbooks and jars of dried goods. Basket storage creates a flexible storage space where you can keep pretty much anything without it looking messy or untidy (anything is possible with modern kitchen island designs).
Seeing that they are beneficial and sound investments, why not consider upgrading your kitchen with a space-saving, style-defining island? Whether you’re wondering how to make a kitchen island work in a small space, or how to get the most out of storage, here’s everything you need to know about practical kitchen islands; from shape, to height, to storage.
By the mid-20th century, larger homes and an increasing emphasis on entertaining added stools and snazzier designs to kitchen islands. Within a couple of decades, kitchens were boasting solid built-in center islands that were the belle of the kitchen ball, conversation pieces in their own right, and the precursors to today's hub-of-the-home kitchen islands.
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