Published at Sunday, December 31st 2017. by Aloin Chauvin in Islands.
To help you on your island kitchen designs, you may want to ask the perspective of a professional designer for the measurements of your kitchen island as well as to where you can put it in your kitchen. But if you can do it yourself, it is much better as you can save a great amount of money. Always keep in mind that the kitchen island should enhance your kitchen‘s efficiency and functionality at the same time.
First you will need to determine the amount of space you are dealing with. Once you have decided the amount of available room, reduce it by six inches. This can provide you with cushion room in the event the manufacturer is off on their measurements. Bring photos in of your current kitchen cabinets. You‘ll want the new unit to blend in as perfectly as possible. If the design or coloring is considerably off it will create an eye sore that you may find to be a nuisance. Also know your budget you have to work with. There may be features you don‘t need that the sales person will assume you want. Having an idea of what you can afford will help you to determine what the best portable kitchen island is for you.
When choosing a light for your kitchen take your time and find a light that will fit the space that your are trying to light. You don‘t want to have a light that is to over powering. But at the same time you don‘t want a light that is undersized. One key design factor with lighting is that you want it to be noticed but you don‘t want it to be the total focal point of your kitchen.
Levels: If you decide to go the smaller-sized route when constructing your island that doesn‘t necessarily mean that you have to give up surface area. Adding a second level of a different height to your design will give the piece additional functionality. Multiple levels can be used for different functions such as: a place for a cutting board or book shelf, or as a breakfast bar with stool beneath it. These alternative designs can help give your kitchen island a more customized appeal.
Island hopping. If you are a homeowner that finds one kitchen island not enough you can always have two islands built if you have the room to do so. With island hopping, or dual islands, can have specialized storage areas and designated work zones.
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