Published at Wednesday, 30 January 2019. Kitchen Islands. By Halina Poulsen.
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.
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.
The kitchen is the heart of the home in this urban self build — it even features a swing and leads to a small courtyard garden. A triangular kitchen island makes efficient use of the space, while creating a divide between the areas for cooking and relaxing. Revolutionising the way the family interacts with their listed barn, this ultra-modern extension features a pitted Amazonian granite worktop that contrasts with the vast amounts of natural light.
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