By Alys BAUMANN. Kitchen Island. Published at Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 - 18:24:20 PM.
Looking at this island one could easily mistake it for a modern sculpture. It’s simple and defined by clean lines and angles and it was custom designed for this particular space. You can tell that by the way it perfectly aligns with the oblique line of the window. The island was designed by Project A01 Architects for a residence in Freudorf, Austria.
You can also use the Malm bedroom dresser as part of the island. First build the base( with an Ikea base cabinet you can find as is) and then attach the dresser. After that, move to the sides and top. Use wood countertops and fasten them in place with brackets. For the face of the island you can simply use plywood.
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.
Kitchens typically contain lots of stuff. Not only that, but items often concealed behind kitchen cabinets can be oddly shaped and require a lot of space, such as food processors or stand mixers. Finding a home for your appliances while keeping them easily accessible can be tricky.
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