By Amora GARCÍA. Kitchen Island. Published at Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 - 19:03:07 PM.
The kitchen island started out as a purely functional element but, with time, it has also developed a more artistic side, all sorts of unusual and intriguing designs being developed. The following kitchen islands offer more than just some extra counter space. They are extraordinary design elements that raise the bar to a whole new level.
Because built-ins are expensive and the overall size of the area may be limited, one big design mistake is not including enough storage. Almost every kitchen has wasted space, but this can be minimized with adequate planning and forethought.
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.
If you prefer open shelves in the kitchen, then get yourself a Billy bookcase and a Numerar countertop and make a kitchen island. Cover the back of the bookcase with beadboard and attach the countertop. You can also install hooks on the sides for extra storage.
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