Macy Guillemot. Kitchen Islands. July 03rd , 2017.
Hire a professional to help wade through the many design options as you create your one-of-a-kind kitchen island, from countertop materials (stone, stainless steel, butcher block and concrete are popular options) to other built-in options like a sink, cooktop, under-counter refrigeration, warming drawers or a dishwasher. Determine which space-saving qualities your kitchen island should feature. Could table-style island seating, for instance, eliminate the need for a kitchen table altogether? Similarly, under-counter refrigeration might eliminate the need for an oversized refrigerator.
In the same way that a freshly painted wall or carefully chosen piece of artwork can add a punch of life to a room, the right color for a kitchen island can transform a space. While some kitchen islands are certainly ideal in a classic black or white tone, other kitchen island color options range from soft pastel hues to vibrant and bold colors, like orange and yellow.
When designing the kitchen layout for a small space, it is important to thoroughly consider the size of the space you will be working with in order to find a kitchen island that will be efficient. Decide on where you will be placing the kitchen island and how tall you would like for it to be.
Regardless of the materials you employ, or the solutions the custom kitchen island is designed to provide, make sure the style is in keeping with the overall feel of the kitchen—and that ultimately it functions as well for prep work and storage as it does for entertaining or working.
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