By Manuela ARAYA. Kitchen Island. Published at Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 - 20:53:43 PM.
Obviously, your sink needs to be near the plumbing. Sometimes, however, because of the placement of the pipes, kitchens are designed with the sinks in a poor location. If this is the case in your kitchen, consider hiring a plumber to relocate the plumbing to accommodate the best placement for the sink.
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.
Remove the seating when needed: If your kitchen island overlooks into a walkway area or adjacent area, the seating often gets in the way of traffic patterns. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have seating. Consider using smaller stools or chairs that can be utilized in other rooms or put in a closet when they aren’t needed. This will help you entertain guests when needed, but allow your kids to run around the house without bumping into chairs as well!
Full area seating: Your kitchen island doesn’t only need to be for short stays at the counter. Several kitchen islands are as big as dining room tables and can accommodate larger parties to sit. For these islands consider using full benches with or without backing to allow the seated person more comfort. Full size chairs can be used and chairs can match the adjacent dining room table to uniform the space.
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