ccjk. Kitchen Islands. May 28th , 2018.
But remember, large islands aren`t the best option, as they have a center that`s very difficult to reach and result in wasted space. An island that measures 8 ft. in length by 5 ft. in width is optimal for most. Nowadays, it can be difficult to find the time to get the whole family together. Here`s where the island shines. Children can do their homework while mom and dad prepare dinner while also answering emails, or researching help for the kid`s assignment. The bottom line is that everyone comes together and socializes, like it or not.
Everything and The Kitchen Island. Islands denote isolation, being cut off from others. Not so in the kitchen where the island has become the place where the family and invited guests gather. Designers are responding to demands of increased seating, a larger number of electrical outlets and more storage. By equipping kitchen islands with under-the-counter appliances and electronic controls, these areas can now function as entertainment hubs, homework centers, and charging stations.
A kitchen island can not only serve as extra counter space, but can also serve as extra storage space. A large kitchen that can accommodate a wider kitchen island can include cabinet space. This cabinet space can be useful for a homeowner who doesn`t already have enough storage space n the kitchen. A hanging rack from the ceiling for pots and pans can also be installed once a kitchen island is there to accent it. The bonus storage space that a kitchen island offers is a benefit for the homeowner and a re-sell perk for the home.
Don`t be afraid to have just a working island and no seats. If you have ample seating adjacent to the kitchen space, then perhaps a working island with great targeted storage is a better option. Don`t force the seating aspect if you do not have ample room for people to pass by comfortably. Hint: If you can, mock up the island in the proposed space and "live" with it for awhile to see how well it works...or doesn`t. Islands can be a focal point of style in a kitchen as well as a gathering spot for friends and family.
The homeowner can also choose to design the island to match the rest of the kitchen. The same counter tops and cabinet stain color can be used to achieve this. However, if the materials or colors used for the rest of the kitchen cabinetry are unique, the homeowner may have trouble finding a correct match for the island. Islands that match the theme of the rest of the area give the room a classic look. A matching kitchen island looks like it was part of the original installation and is good for a homeowner that doesn`t want the piece to look like a later addition to the room.
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