By Victorine Guerin. kitchen islands. Published at Thursday, July 11th, 2019 - 22:13:28 PM.
A big reason kitchen islands are so popular is because of their multi-functional nature. You can prepare food, cook food, eat food, and talk with friends over a delicious meal, all while standing or sitting around the island. There are storage spaces, display areas, sinks for washing, and even the potential to add all the latest smart home gadgets. So as you see, they can do a lot, and probably more. When planning a new kitchen island, it’s important to consider the primary functions you want it to have and match the design to meet these requirements.
A related factor to size is the orientation of your kitchen island. A square island may fit into a rectangular kitchen, for example, but is likely to look out of place and hamper the ideal amount of space required for comfortable movement. A professional kitchen designer will consider various factors that will determine the best orientation. These considerations include the shape of the kitchen, its size, the windows, the access routes, and the primary intended functions of the island.
The white finish of the island is perfect to provide the kitchen a bright look. The top is covered with a glossy countertop of marble finish. This reflects the light quite nicely across the kitchen and hence provides a brighter environment. The island comes up with shaker cabinets so that you can have storage in your kitchen island also and you do not have to run to the other part of the kitchen to fetch something while you are cooking. The legs of the island table is designed in an elegant way so that it can look perfect settled in the center of the kitchen.
The materials used in the island’s worktop surface will be dependent on a number of factors. These include whether you want plenty of food preparation space or you prefer more dining surface space, and more choices besides. There are also aesthetic considerations relating to the decor style of the kitchen as a whole and how certain surfaces will look. There are many materials to choose from including granite, quartz, ceramic, wood, glass, stainless steel, and laminate. You can have more than one worktop surface material on any given kitchen island, to suit the different functions of those particular surface areas. Costs of the material can vary significantly however.
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