By Alys BAUMANN. Kitchen Island. Published at Thursday, February 01st, 2018 - 13:15:39 PM.
Although its function is clear, this structure hardly resembles a kitchen island. Its unusual shape, artistic lines and the fact that it exquisitely matches the rest of the furniture as well as the walls and ceiling without blending in completely give it a particularly unique charm.
One of the biggest complaints about kitchen design is the lack of counter space. Considering all the kitchen activities that require a countertop, as well as appliances that are permanently located there, you want to fit as much open horizontal surface area in a kitchen as possible. This can be achieved by adding an island or breakfast bar to an L-shaped kitchen.
What is your island’s function: Seating at your kitchen island should be based on how your family and how you plan to use it. For those who entertain, you may want seating that allows guests to eat a full meal or just a stool that allows standing and sitting in a more casual setting. If you have children and the kitchen island is where they do homework, you may want a lower counter and seating area. This will help them spread out and feel comfortable, and will help you have easy access to helping them.
The ship-inspired kitchen island designed by Alno is unusual in terms of looks but this doesn’t take away its functionality. It can be customized in a variety of ways to fit the user’s needs and its design remains minimalist regardless of the modifications brought to its structure. Given the overall look, the island is unmistakably a centerpiece for any kitchen.
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