Whatever the chief function of your island is to be, the necessary items to make it happen should be stored within easy reach. For example, if it is to be mainly used for cooking, then cabinets for pots and pans with drawers for utensils and spices are priority. If food preparation is the ideal chief function of the island design, then space for knives, cutting boards and small appliances such as food processors is what you are after. If the kitchen island in your home is to be a center point for gathering, then seating space and counter space for homework plus food preparation are your top needs.
Another great option to consider is the Kitchen Island with Oak Drop Leaf Top in Black Finish. While it does not have a granite top like the other models, it does offer a sophisticated looking kitchen island. It also features black shelving and cabinets to help showcase a classic look. There is plenty of storage space for anyone who is looking to hide some of their kitchen equipment and products. It also features a table flap, so that you can quickly add more seating if you have guests over. This also makes a great piece of furniture to cook and prep meals on.
Kitchen islands are a design feature that can make your kitchen much more efficient. But, a word of caution: this is one design item where you should definitely consult with a design expert while you are designing your kitchen. Unless you have lots of experience in kitchen design, or interior decorating, it is hard to get a good feel for how an island will work.
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