Kitchen / August 9, 2018 / Wren Lambert
Before You Go
Look closely at this classy, understated kitchen island and you’ll discover it serves a multitude of purposes a place to wash, prep food, with a neat breakfast bar to eat at with tucked-under stools. There would be plenty of space to add a hob if you wanted, too.
But every home has space conundrums. From basements to galley kitchens and awkwardly shaped communal spaces to walk-through zones, achieving that dream interior can be a challenge, especially if you’d like a sink island in your kitchen or a utility station in a tucked away corner.
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