Published at Friday, November 10th 2017. by Alleffra Chevallier in Kitchen Island.
5 Tips When Designing A New Kitchen Island. If you have decided that your kitchen deserves a kitchen island, there are many ways to make the design unique and creative as well. Here are five tips for you to consider when designing:
Size: Once you have decided on the materials that you‘d like to use, it is time to consider the size. Do you want to go big and dramatic, making your kitchen island a focal piece of your kitchen remodel? Or are you more interested in something smaller and less obtrusive, using the island more for standalone functional? Consider how much use it will get, what it will be used for, and how important open floor space is in your kitchen when deciding on dimensions.
Another good feature of the kitchen island bar is that it has two maple lasted shelves. This would definitely give you more space to display pots, spare your pans, arrange you wine bottles and other items you could use in the kitchen to decorate it. It is also possible for you to add drawers in it for you have to something to place your utensils in. the typical height of a kitchen island bar is 36 inches, tall enough for preparation of food and also would serve as an attractive display in the hallway or dining room. The shelves should have a space, with a distance of 9 and 1 half inches. The space required would be sufficient enough for storing pans, dishes, bowls, and pots and they are adjustable
Slimmer Designs save Space. Traditional kitchen islands are rather bulky to allow for plenty of cabinets and drawers to store utensils. However, half of these compartments may remain unused if they are hard to reach. Think again before you select this type. If you want simplicity, opt for furniture with fewer drawers and cabinets. Slimmer designs might not hold lots of utensils, but they surely give you a cleaner look in your kitchen, and more floor space as well.
Provide enough clearance. That should be enough room between your island and kitchen cabinets. Specifically, three to four feet is usually adequate. If you‘re in doubt, provide more space, so that your family will be comfortable around the kitchen island table. In addition, when you put in your island, make sure you measure so that you sure you have enough clearance. This will help prevent mistakes or accidents because there are things that are too close to the kitchen island.
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