By Zoey Patel. Kitchen Island. At Monday, September 23rd 2019, 11:03:58 AM.
Larger kitchens are best served with islands that feature display cabinets and stylish shelves with glass doors. Since creating essential storage space is not a priority here, you can showcase your lovely china collection or the wonderful lineup of cookbooks you own!
For bigger rooms, you can opt for a kitchen island with seating to make it a multipurpose space and add another spot to dine. Plus, in open-concept spaces where the kitchen overlooks a living room or dining room, a kitchen island can serve as a subtle space separator that marks where one area of the room ends and another begins.
An island can fill any of the five of the kitchen functions: storage, prep, cooking, serving, and washing up. Before you design anything, however, you need to decide which role (or roles) your island will fill. This will have an effect on the width and depth of your island, especially if you need room for major appliances.