Published at Tuesday, August 08th 2017. by Vicq Lefort Lefort in Islands.
The island is frequently the central feature in a kitchen. Other configurations place the island among the kitchen and an adjacent space such as the living or the dining area. But there's more to it than just that. Whatever the instance may be, we'll get to see just how stylish and functional current kitchen islands can be.
Designs that give kitchen islands a table continuation are highly common with could take multiple separate forms. Some table extensions are small and can comfortably sit two or three people, serving mostly as a breakfast table.
Certain designs naturally incorporate a table or a bar into the kitchen island without making it look like an extension. This one, for example, makes it clear that the bar portion has a distinct function by placing it on a different level and giving it a different finish and color.
The table extension is not necessarily a must‐have for a kitchen island, although it usually enhances its design and functionality. Even a very small portion such as in this case gives the island a stand‐out look and makes it more practical.
A big enough kitchen could absorb a dining table without sacrificing a crucial portion of its floor position. In fact, some islands double as dining tables and this makes them particularly space‐efficient.
If the layout and the room allow it, an L‐shaped table extension can turn out to be the perfect option in some cases. This way the two functions don't interfere with every other and could be used separately and simultaneously.
This design and the one featured above share the same design and strategy. They're built into the cabinet unit and extend from between the storage compartments. As you can see, the island can either incorporate features such as a sink and a stove top or can simply be used as a counter space.
There's no need for a kitchen island to be very big in order to combine multiple functions or to offers more than just a counter prep space. Even compact versions such as this one could incorporate practical storage with can double as a counter or breakfast table.
For increased space‐efficiency, a kitchen island can incorporate a table or bar extension in it's design without it having to occupy floor space all the time. Some designs feature pull‐out or fold‐up extensions.
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