By Queena Carter. Kitchen Island. Published at Friday, January 04th, 2019 - 23:50:22 PM.
Whenever you need to cut veggies, stack plates or serve guests, you can wheel out the mobile kitchen island and put it to work. Once finished with your preparations, you can store away the cart to increase space. The island can double as a small table through the simple addition of bar stools.
A dishwasher can also be built into an island, saving space in other areas of the kitchen for additional storage. Please bear in mind that you may need access to gas, plumbing or electricity to power these appliances.
If you are not looking to invest in a full cart, you can purchase a kitchen island centerpiece containing different levels or tiers. This is useful for displaying flowers, fruit, spices or plants.
When limited room prevents you from attaining the kitchen island of your dreams, you can use an old trick: the wheeled cart or island. This mobile unit allows you to expand your available space and you can easily roll it into a corner or against a wall when not in use.
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