By Valeria Haves. Kitchen Island. Published at Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 - 18:14:43 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.
The room will feel larger and organized which serves as the perfect atmosphere to prepare a tasty meal or quick bite. By accenting the island in small kitchens with a splash of color, the room will become more open and spacious.
From preparing meals to stopping into the kitchen for a quick cup of coffee, islands provide an additional area for cooking and organization. This space can also be utilized for warming food, cleaning dishes or a place to enjoy a small bite.
Set your island apart from the rest of the kitchen with a one-of-a-kind antique cabinet. From old dressers to beautiful antique bookshelves, using old furniture to create a stylish kitchen island is not only an interesting way to decorate your kitchen space, it’s also an affordable one.
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