ccjk. Kitchen Islands. July 02nd , 2018.
If you decide to add an island to your kitchen, keep the above points in mind and try to also choose the set up that provides the most functionality for your family. Now everyone needs the television, but your family will need reasons to interact with one another. For those who are still a bit unsure as to the design of their new kitchen island, we suggest taking to the internet and looking through magazines for insipiration.
Why Your Kitchen Needs A Kitchen Island. Your kitchen needs more storage and counter space, but how are you going to get it? Here`s a suggestion. How about a kitchen island. There are two kinds to choose from. The large immovable type that has a cook top and sink. Or the smaller kind that are like a kitchen cart but a little larger. These usually have wheels for portability. Either choice will answer your prayers for more storage and work space.
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.
How much are they? The price of them varies from type to type and you can pay anything from $250 for a simple yet stylish John Boos stainless steel worktable to a couple of thousand dollars for a more upmarket and very stylish kitchen island with seating included. The one you choose is up to you, but you can rest assured that every JB kitchen island comes with the same guarantee of quality and originality, no matter which end of the price scale it may be.
The new kitchen trend has homeowners doing whatever`s necessary to make room for an island, including moving walls and taking space from other rooms. The island is the new "it" feature for every kitchen. Self-proclaimed cooks and chefs are looking for elements such as flip-down cutting boards or a life to bring heavy mixers and blenders up to a convenient level. Other amenities include a microwave oven drawer effective for saving countertop space, motorized countertops that can adjust to accommodate the height of the cook, and don`t forget the flatscreen television.
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