Published at Wednesday, 30 January 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).
The island kitchen design is a widely chosen layout all around the world. It is a perfect combination of an L shaped layout and a straight line modular kitchen layout. It gives the kitchen an unconnected island space. The extra space can be sued to settle a common countertop, a small seating, a bar area or a sink. This design is generally preferable for those who want an open cooking space.
As kitchens marched toward more efficient designs during the late 19th century, innovative designers like Austria’s Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky began integrating storage and working features into every nook and cranny (efforts that led to modular kitchen cabinets). The simple worktable transformed, too, becoming a space with drawers and cabinets, or even built-in bins.
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