By Gerdie Graf. Kitchen. Published at Thursday, March 21st, 2019 - 12:54:01 PM.
1. 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.
Undecorated and Sleek Cabinets: Cabinets take about 75% of the cooking area. Choose cabinets with the right style to give the space a modern look. The characteristics of modern cabinets have no complexity, are smooth and flat. They have light tones like light oak or stark grays and blacks.
Rustic Chandeliers: Two exciting new trends in rustic chandelier design are distressed or multi‐toned finishes, and frames that resemble leather "strapping." These styles are perfect for those who want to achieve a slightly bucolic look, but retain a touch tradition at the same time.
Kitchen tables can be placed in a small kitchen. If there is an island in the kitchen, you are already saving space. However, if you want a place in the kitchen to be able to sit down for meals you can nestle a table against the island. This will leave more floor space around the work space and the table altogether. Additionally, you can conform your island into a peninsula by adding it to the end of your sink counter space.
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