Published at Wednesday, 30 January 2019. Kitchen Islands. By Halina Poulsen.
If you are worried about running into corners, then work a countertop with rounded edges into your kitchen island plans, and if you are looking to save a bit of space, a circular or oval-shaped kitchen island could be the right direction. There are endless kitchen island designs available; to decide on the design you should think about what you are going to use your island for the most. Since they take up extra floor space, make sure it’s practical for you and works with your kitchen.
If you are short on space, choose spindle legs for one end of your island – you can easily move your seating out of the way and the island won’t feel imposing. Don’t make the mistake of choosing an island with drawers in front of where the seating will go – you’ll end up forgetting the drawers are there and you won’t make good use of them and asking people to move so you can get something out would be a nightmare. If you need additional storage as well, have it on the opposite side of your seating or on the end.
To create extra workspace, make sure you create a kitchen island that works best in your space, allowing you to use the entire surface (choose the largest one you can fit in your kitchen space). Alternatively, you should also consider moving your cooktop range, one of the appliances that takes up a lot of counter space in your kitchen, to the island.
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