Published at Sunday, 03 February 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.
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.
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.
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