By Oralie Scoot. Kitchen Island. Published at Thursday, November 22nd, 2018 - 17:47:55 PM.
It sounds lovely — having your stovetop in the island, so you can chat with someone seated there while you’re cooking. But things splatter, Kirschner points out. And tearing up the floor to add power and gas lines can be expensive if your kitchen doesn’t already have these utilities in the middle of the floor.
You could add a utility line under the floor—a gas fitter’s or electrician's help should be sought for a project like this. From ranges, to built-in grills to warming trays, there are a large number of hot or warm appliances that can be installed in a kitchen island.
Another suggestion is to add a dark stain to the floors and choose a light color for the walls and Kitchen Island. This tactic can also be utilized when designing large kitchens.
An oven can also be added as a “secret drawer” to the island, ideal for warming dishes and storing meals for later. Grills can be built into the kitchen island, allowing another area for meal preparation and cooking.
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