By Manuela ARAYA. Kitchen Island. Published at Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 - 19:25:32 PM.
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.
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.
No dining room area: If you live in an apartment or small home where a dining room is not an option, a kitchen island with seating is ideal. Even if you need to renovate your space, kitchen island seating may make your space flow better if you have little room to maneuver in your current eating area. Get inspiration from your favorite décor magazine for small loft areas or apartment living dining spaces.
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