Published at Thursday, 25 July 2019. Kitchen Island. By Caressa Guyard.
Modern houses are designed to really suit the modern world that we have today. From living rooms, bed rooms, patios, bath rooms and even kitchens have a way of modernizing the styles and structures of the room. But have you ever heard of kitchen islands in your kitchen? Sounds weird, right? Kitchen islands have become very popular as a new part of the kitchen. It does not literally mean land surrounded by water as what we may think when we hear about an island. Actually, it is a striking and eye-catching part of your kitchen that can provide different functions in your kitchen. It can serve as storage for your things or a working table for your food preparation. There are a lot of usages for a kitchen island depending on your need or your preferences.
Have Your Personal Style and Design. Firstly the kitchen island can be made using the wooden material of our choice if one is looking at a country styled kitchen. If you need a kitchen that provides a stylish and modernized look then you should go for a stainless steel island design. You can also include wooden sections colored differently to style the island around a theme. In terms of design one can have umpteen options and one should contact a designer and choose a design for fits your kitchen.
Your kitchen needs to be big enough for an island, usually at least 13 feet wide. The size of the actual island will also depend on the overall available space. You need to make sure that there is enough room to walk between the island and cabinetry as well as open all doors (cabinets, dishwasher, compost bin, etc.). Also, if you are planning to have barstools or chairs at the island, make sure there is enough room with them there. Islands work best with L, U and G shaped kitchens. These shapes make for relatively enclosed kitchens and the island can help to encourage more interaction in the space without making the flow awkward.
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