By Valeria Haves. Kitchen Island. Published at Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 - 18:06:48 PM.
Fenimore has a trash can built into her island, with a stainless steel opening in the island’s surface where unwanted items can easily be swept during cooking. It’s a detail that didn’t add much to the cost but makes life exponentially easier.
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.
This unit organizes the room and opens the possibility of adding new appliances and cooking utensils while maintaining a clean and uncluttered space.
Interior designer Abbe Fenimore knew that adding a kitchen island was one of the most important decisions she’d make in remodeling her 1940s-era home in Dallas. A well-designed kitchen island can offer storage space, a work surface, comfortable seating — even a cooktop or spare sink.
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