Published at Saturday, May 19th 2018. by Kate Peterson in Kitchen Backsplashes.
DESIGN IDEA: #7
Locating the kitchen beside the dining room is a clear option for a landed house as big as this one. To push a more seamless transformation among areas, the kitchen island is fastened to the dining table.
DESIGN IDEA #8: A KITCHEN ISLAND THAT’S NOT IN THE KITCHEN
Who talks an island counter must be in your kitchen? In this flat, the kitchen isn‘t large sufficient to contain an island, so the creators built it correct next to the kitchen entrance. It dual functions also as a dining table!
DESIGN IDEA #9: AN ODD‐FORMED ISLAND
Even small, odd‐formed kitchens would advantage well from possessing an island counter. In this awkwardly angled kitchen, the island really assists to visually anchor the room when giving extra workspace.
DESIGN IDEA #10: MAKE IT MULTI‐FUNCTIONAL
This house evidents that it may be a great concept to immolate the dining space plus build a big island counter in the core of the house. It becomes a multi‐purpose area: a work desk, a kitchen counter, and even a dining table.
DESIGN IDEA #11: IT’S THE CORE OF THE HOUSE
In houses where cooking is a main family bustle, possessing a capacious yet effective kitchen is key. In this landed house, the luxurious island counter becomes the core of attention in which play, work and daily routine occur.
DESIGN IDEA #12: SEPARATE THE SPACE
At the very HDB apartments possess cramped with long kitchens that you couldn’t visualize can fit in in island. But this house proves that it‘s only a matter of design. Cabinets are built on just one side of the wall (but reach to the ceiling to optimize storage) to create room for an island in the middle of the kitchen.
DESIGN IDEA #13: UTILIZE THE SHAPE OF YOUR SPACE
The island must complement the dimension also shape of your kitchen, as represent in this house. The walls were deleted to extend the area with a dense island worktop now sits in the middle of the kitchen.
DESIGN IDEA #14: MAKE IT THE STAR OF THE HOME
In larger houses, an island isn't only functional; it even visually anchors a area. This home in specific, has a very large dry kitchen. The island worktop assists to occupy up the shortage as well as creates the room sense less stark.
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