Published at Tuesday, November 07th 2017. by Alleffra Chevallier in Kitchen Island.
Adding an eating area to your kitchen island is a popular option, if you have the space. A raised counter, creating a two tiered island adds useful space to the kitchen while separating the eating surface from the food preparation surface of the island. This type of arrangement is great for families as the children can do homework on the raised surface, while other family members can be preparing a meal. The family can spend time together, yet keep their things separate from each other. The eating area added to an island can add useful space to the kitchen or help to define the kitchen space from other areas of the house.
There was a time when kitchens were treated just like every other room in the house, and no special attention was paid to lighting or décor. Many older kitchens just feature a single hanging light fixture, regardless of the size, shape or color of the room.
Kitchen islands are a design feature that can make your kitchen much more efficient. But, a word of caution: this is one design item where you should definitely consult with a design expert while you are designing your kitchen. Unless you have lots of experience in kitchen design, or interior decorating, it is hard to get a good feel for how an island will work.
And just like there is no kitchen without an island, no man is one too. Bring your family and friends closer to you and bring more love out of your little kitchen with the help of your gift of "the island." Now you can be sure that love and joy will always be in the room.
Many kitchens today are designed as open, spacious rooms meant to tie together decorating motifs from around the house. The kitchen is one of the rooms of the home that will undoubtedly get the most use over the course of its lifetime, and there’s no reason why it can’t be both comfortable and able to stand up to its daily demands all at the same time.
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