Your kitchen is full of untapped potential. If you are looking for a convenient way to remodel it, then it might be time to consider adding a kitchen island. That said, you might be wondering how to set it apart from the designs that your neighbors use. Here are some unique ways to use your new kitchen island.
Use a Wheeled Cart
One idea is to use a wheeled cart which has a wide range of functionalities as soon as you put it in your kitchen – and it can be a boon to a small kitchen, to boot. It’s a tremendous way to redesign your kitchen with a minimum of effort. Why is it so good for a small kitchen? You can increase the amount of countertop space you need and then when you don’t need the cart, you can roll it out of the way until the next time you need it.
Make It the Focal Point
Another grand idea is to make the island the focus of your kitchen. Design the island to pop with bolder colors that provide a refreshing contrast to how the rest of your kitchen looks. That way, it can draw the eye of everyone who walks into the room. If you’ve got tiles and textures making your kitchen more interesting, then take advantage of that to incorporate either wood or stainless steel into your kitchen.
Consider Solid Wood
What aesthetic do you want to create for your kitchen? If you like the idea of mimicking a coastal kitchen or a beach house then using solid wood can be a great idea. Expose the legs and keep the look of it minimal so it doesn’t clutter up your kitchen.
Try Stainless Steel
Another way to make your kitchen island unique is to choose to use stainless steel instead of wood. It’s waterproof, heatproof, and stain-resistant, perfect for the aspiring chef looking to increase their culinary skills under the current circumstances, where going out to eat isn’t as easy to do as it once was.
Make a Dining Space
By now, you’ve probably realized that you can use your kitchen island as a breakfast bar. So why not take that idea and run with it? Transform your kitchen island into a splendid space for some casual dining. All you need is a set of bar stools. Even if your island doesn’t have a bar sink in it, this still represents a great way to have a nice, relaxed breakfast in the morning or wind down with drinks and desserts in the evening after dinner is over.
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