Stefania Morice. Kitchen Islands. November 27th , 2017.
Depending on their shape, large kitchen islands can also provide a variety of surfaces and functions. An L-shaped island could have appliances like a sink, dishwasher and microwave on the interior for an efficient work space, while drawers or cabinets on the exterior might house seasonal or less-frequently used cooking and baking supplies.
Installing larger kitchen islands, though, has its benefits. A large island with ample space for seating (6 or more chairs or stools), for example, can eliminate the need for a dining table entirely, whether the seating is counter-height, bar-height, or built-in, banquette-style.
When looking to add vintage style to the kitchen island, don‘t underestimate the power of accessories. Brushed-metal bin pulls installed on the cabinetry, round metal bar stools that swivel, or even a distressed finish on a newly painted piece are great ways to achieve that worn but charming feel.
Customizing the kitchen island design also allows you to determine which specific tasks the island needs to perform to keep the rest of the kitchen high-functioning and efficient.
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