Published at Wednesday, May 16th 2018. by Kate Peterson in Kitchen Backsplashes.
We´ve compose some of our best-loved kitchen models—each with a kitchen island layout – to gain your innovative juices flowing. The kitchen island is, arguably, one of the dream models most homeowners like during their restoration.
Not just does it seem impressive, it´s also a very functional layout whether you’re an aspiring home chef or an occasional cook. For most of us, area is a factor that prevents us from including an island in our houses.
But you may be astonished to learn that there are petite apartments that have organized to squeeze out the square footage to fit an island counter.
From HDB flats to condo apartments to landed homes, we take several of Singapore´s most arousing kitchen models. Each with an desirable island layout ― to get your innovative juices flowing.
DESIGN IDEA #1; TEAR DOWN ALL THE WALLS
You may be astonished to learn that this open concept kitchen belongs in a 5―room HDB flat! To achieve this capacious configuration, the creators tore down the walls as well as drastically altered the layout of the whole house.
Because the kitchen, dining room also living room now share a single area, this island counter really defines the frontiers of the kitchen.
DESIGN IDEA #2; PORTABLE ISLAND
An island counter doesn´t should be a bulky quiescent object in the middle of the kitchen.
This cheery kitchen creates do with a butcher‘s table that could be rolled away while the owners require additional area in the kitchen.
DESIGN IDEA #3; A HALF‐HEIGHT DIVIDER
In this condo apartment, the kitchen isn't big enough to hold all the homeowner’s cooking equipment.
As such, appliances like the oven as well as microwave require to be located in the abutting dining room. An island counter is strategically planned to split the enlargement kitchen from the rest of the house.
DESIGN IDEA #4; VISUALLY DEFINE THE KITCHEN BOUNDARIES
This truly open‐concept home barely has any walls in the major living areas; rooms transformation seamlessly from one to the other.
Here, the island counter serves multiple goals: links the room to the dining space, it grounds the whole kitchen, also changes the common spaces into areas where visitors would commonly congregate.
DESIGN IDEA #5; MULTI‐PURPOSE ISLAND
To suit an island into this jammed HDB kitchen, the creators must lessen the quantity of cabinets to a minimal.
Cozy, the island counter doubles as a countertop area, plus the extra of a cantilevered tabletop proffers extra area for prep work.
DESIGN IDEA #6; CONFINE AN OPEN KITCHEN
Although not technically an island (one end of the countertop is attached to the wall), this kitchen layout emphasises efficiency also area planning.
The sizable worktop looks out to the dining room creating it a natural transformation among dining with kitchen.
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