Published at Wednesday, July 24th, 2019 - 08:22:53 AM. kitchen islands. By Karoly Gautier.
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.
If you have a hob fitted into your kitchen island, then you’ll also have cooking fumes to deal with. The solution is an extractor fan. Now you might wonder how on earth you can get an extractor fan to work on what is aptly named a kitchen island. There are two places to position an extractor fan and which you select depends on the style and size of your kitchen.
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