By Verene Samuel. Kitchen Design. Published at Friday, March 23rd, 2018 - 18:35:47 PM.
You may not have room for an island and a kitchen table, so why not choose a piece that can do both? All you need to do is pull up some stools and voilà, instant dining area.
Arrange vintage baskets in a cluster on the wall to add texture to the space. The display can go rustic or bohemian depending on the baskets you choose.
If your island is a solid block without an overhang, using it as a table can be tricky. Solve the problem by installing an extension either at the top or at the level of a regular table.
Even if your horseshoe-shaped kitchen is on the narrow side, you can still bring in a slim island. Consider a rolling island, which can be pushed out of the way once dinner is ready.
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