Published at Wednesday, 30 January 2019. Kitchen Islands. By Halina Poulsen.
For a luxurious cabin in the woods, this kitchen fits two islands with wide tops opposite each other, serving culinary activities and a sink to wash the pickings of the outside. The shining star is wide shelf to house all your spices and wines, and the dim lighting gives it a chill vibe at dusk.
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.
Successful islands can take many approaches in vintage homes: They can be modeled on early worktables and remain on the simple side, or appear as a a more solid piece of woodwork with turned legs or bun feet, as though evolved over time from a piece of furniture. They can integrate numerous bins, drawers, and cabinets, reminiscent of early Hoosier baking cabinets. They can even be comprised of a repurposed antique like a candy-store counter, pharmacy built-in, or dresser.
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