Published at Thursday, 14 December 2017. Islands. By Aloin Chauvin.
Imagine how easy it can make tasks to add a portable kitchen island to your home. If you are cooking Thanksgiving dinner, you have the additional counter space you might not already have. Being able to move it closer to the stove you can prep on it, and place items in less time. In fact, you can likely create the whole feast on the island and just cook it on the stove with half the effort of going from one side of the kitchen to the next.
Away from it all. This is another increasingly popular style of kitchen islands for your new timber frame home. Designers are calling it "the unfitted look." Basically, it looks like a piece of furniture, not a component that belongs in the kitchen. You can give this kitchen-cabinet component different counter surface, turned leg, along with other detailing for furniture-style components. It is often accentuated by putting it on a colorful area rug.
Add a Sink or Two: Adding kitchen appliances such as a sink to your new kitchen island will give it even more functionality and also serve as a gathering point when entertaining. A sink boosts the usability of any kitchen island by giving you another place to rinse off food and wash dishes. A sink can also be great when entertaining, so your guests can take part in the preparation of the meal without cluttering up your existing counter space around the oven and refrigerator.
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