By Willow Douglas. Kitchen Island. Published at Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 - 18:38:59 PM.
“You’re going to need about 3 feet of space around it — at least 3,” she says. Homeowners sometimes end up with too crowded a kitchen if they choose an island that’s too large.
With so much use, it’s important that you install a quality countertop which can take a battering while retaining its solid form and appealing design.
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.
Some people love an island that seamlessly matches the rest of the kitchen, with countertops and cabinetry identical to what runs along the room’s perimeter.
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