Published at Monday, August 19th, 2019 - 04:16:52 AM. kitchen islands. By Genevieve Auger.
The first is in the form of an overhead extractor which sits directly above the cooking area. Often a ceiling bulkhead is fitted, rather than fitting the apparatus directly to the ceiling itself. This hides the wiring and the body of the extractor, and complements the wider kitchen design. The second option is an in-built downdraft extractor. This is fitted into the island itself and rises from the countertop when needed, usually at the push of a button. It’s largely invisible when not in use and lowered back into the island.
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.
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