Published at Wednesday, 30 January 2019. Kitchen Islands. By Halina Poulsen.
You can even add suspended storage above the island, in the form of a hanging rack, so you don’t waste any of that ceiling space – this is the perfect place to hang your pots and pans and free up even more cupboard and drawer space in your kitchen. Which is great if you have a smaller kitchen and are struggling to fit in an island without moving or losing kitchen cabinets.
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.
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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