By Alys BAUMANN. Kitchen Island. Published at Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 - 20:53:58 PM.
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.
This island is in fact an extension of the kitchen counter. It sits at an unusual angle which allows the bar stools to be used without obstructing the access through the door. The idea is interesting and unusual and it shows just how much a kitchen can be customized even when it’s not particularly spacious. We found this particularly interesting idea is a home designed by architect Alexandra Fedorova.
Not only that this kitchen island is quite long but it also has a sculptural and eye-catching design. Being completely white, there are no details that could overpower the magnificent and futuristic shape of this piece of furniture. Most of the counter doubles as a dining table, the height being just right for that. It fits perfectly in this contemporary home designed by Iroje KHM Architects.
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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