Published at Thursday, January 4, 2018, 09:37:01. by Yvette Marechal in Kitchen Islands.
This is one of the best options for maximum utilization of resources. It allows sufficient amount of leg space and ease to sit down and dine. The table is of the level of a dining table. If you have limited resources, use a farm table as a breakfast bar. This arrangement, however, will not provide space for cooking. Once you are done with having your food, the table can be used for cooking. A homely and inviting look is imparted to the kitchen.
One of the common trends that has been introduced, is the clubbing of the living room and the kitchen. This kind of architecture not only saves space but also makes the entire area look huge and roomy. Theoretically the surface area of the rooms remains same but the psychological effect is excellent. A kitchen island is a perfect piece of furniture that fits into the center of a such room.
Today kitchen islands have become a popular element of kitchen furniture. While the simple and basic islands are still preferred by many, you will get to see pieces offering much more than that extra countertop in your cooking space. A countertop is definitely an important part of the cooking area. Kitchen islands with a breakfast bar and stools are amongst the latest designs which convert the simple countertop into a multifunctional surface. Browse through the images and you are sure to love the designs. These multifunctional islands can be further designed according to your taste and can be ordered to rightly fit in your kitchen and taste of style. So here are some design ideas on the same which you can consider opting for.
For small kitchens, you can go in for foldable sides. The size of the upper surface can be easily reduced. These type of islands are usually made up of wood, with some variants made of plastic. The countertops of such islands are not made up of stone, as the weight may spoil the folding mechanism of the table top.
The first thing to consider is the area available for the installation. Start by measuring your kitchen. While doing this, don‘t count the total area, measure only the available free space. This means excluding your counter, appliances like the fridge, furniture such as the cabinets, and any other items occupying the floor area. Now, you have to fit the island in this area, accordingly opt for the size. Always remember that you need to keep enough space to move around the island.
The island can also double up as a dining table if it is wide and long enough. This eliminates the need for a separate dining table, and allows you to integrate a living space without much effort.
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