Published at Friday, March 30th, 2018 - 14:06:43 PM. Kitchen Island. By Lucija Bališ.
Excerpt from Kitchen Island With Storage Add Space And Much More :
Even smaller kitchens can accommodate small islands as long as you make sure that you have plenty of room to move around the island while you're working. A rule of thumb says you need 4' of space between the island and kitchen cabinets and appliances on all sides. That may not be feasible for you, but don't try to cut your travel space down too far, because it will probably cause congestion. One solution to having an island in a smaller space is to install one with pull-out shelves that will give you the extra work space you need it and can then be pushed in to not take up as much room.
If you have your own ideas for the type of kitchen island you'd like to have, you might consider having one custom-built or building one yourself. Islands can be large or small, depending on the space you have available in your kitchen. There are numerous websites that offer pictures of different styles of islands which you can look through in order to spark your own imagination. In addition, the Internet offers you many free carpentry plans for building your own island. You will find hundreds of different island designs as near as your home computer.
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