Published at Friday, July 12th, 2019 - 04:03:32 AM. kitchen islands. By Georgitte Dufour.
Consider how much space you need to freely move about the kitchen without feeling cramped or knocking things over. Think about the size of your family or the number of people who like to cook in the kitchen at any one time. If the kitchen is the central point of parties and family life, then you need a lot of surrounding floor space.
Extra storage is one of the main benefits of a kitchen island. You get more cabinet space and shelving, allowing you to store cookware, food, wine, cookbooks, and serving items. Everything is close to hand, especially when your island doubles as a cooking surface. There are a variety of storage options to be enjoyed with a kitchen island and these largely mirror the same solutions found in wall-attached cabinets. You have cupboard space, shelving, wine racks, spice racks, cutlery drawers, plate drawers, pull-out baskets, and more. All of these different storage options can be considered for the final island design.
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