Kitchen Islands. Monday , October 09th , 2017 - 11:18:46 AM
Looking to add vintage flair to your kitchen island? One of the simplest ways is to repurpose a piece of vintage furniture—think a paint-peeling desk, a well-worn dresser or a flea-market find.
Depending on available space, you may have room for a kitchen island with seating by squeezing in a stool or two on one side. If you only have room for one, then consider purchasing a seat that can be easily moved when you need to use the island for other purposes.
Granite kitchen islands should be occasionally treated and cleaned in order to give it a clean, shiny appearance. Wipe surfaces down with a soap-and-water cleaner once a week, and regularly check the surface for damage. Uncommon stains and scratches would require the help of a professional.
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