By Senalda ESTÉVEZ. Kitchen Island. Published at Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 - 19:00:04 PM.
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.
In this case, the island extends and drops to form a dining table. It does that on a different level and we mean that literary. There are no legs or columns to support the island and it appears to float, being attached to the platform. Zoumboulakis Architects designed the home in which the island is found and they also included a few other sculptural details as well.
But the shape and the design are elements that always differ. What’s important for a kitchen island with seating is to be a perfect combination of functionality and versatility. This means it needs to have built-in storage spaces, to fit into the room properly, even when it’s expanded and to allow you to use for a variety of activities, such as prepping, having breakfast, working, etc.
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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