Small Kitchen Island Ideas
Kitchen islands are a fantastic resource to homeowners, providing extra prep space and additional storage. Islands are also ideal for easing the traffic flow in the kitchen and achieving the open concept layout that’s so popular among homeowners right now.
But what happens when you have a small to medium size kitchen and barely have the space for an island?
When you don’t have a large room to work with, proper clearances in the space become a priority. You need to have at least 39”-42” between the island and perimeter. Seating at the island isn’t recommended with 39″ clearance, unless the you incorporate the seating at the end of the island, in which case you’re still optimizing the space and have a smart layout.
Having a skinny island in many cases is better than having no island. A concern people may have when switching from a peninsula to an island is that they might lose storage. Usually this isn’t the case, though, when you factor in the awkward corner storage that is eliminated.
Kitchens come in all shapes and sizes, and making the most of your space is a priority for everyone. Set up a time to meet with a designer to talk about your priorities and what might be possible for your kitchen. You can also register for an educational kitchen remodeling workshop or follow us on Instagram or Facebook to keep the inspiration flowing.
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