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Many Ways To Skin A Kitchen Island

You have been fretting over what to do with your kitchen.You’ve been wondering how on earth will you make an island work with your existing space. Fret no more. I will show you how you can’t go wrong. Trust your gut instinct. Well, maybe not so quick Maestro. Take a look first, because some guts are better than others. Yours might not be so great…today.


For example, the owners really wanted a ‘HUGE’ island. Insisted, as a matter of fact. After installed, they loved it but wished it was a foot shorter!


Or you can try a teenie, tiny island if you must have one.
If you are a real cook and you need counter space
for prep work and existing kitchen just will not allow for extra counter space adjacent to cooking zone, who’s stopping you from having an island? Not moi!!

How about a fat black one?


Or a skinny green one?


Oh I can hear them now. Chirping away.
Who’s the kitchen for anyway?
Now, if you are not comfortable with colors or size of your island,
or even if you need an island in the first place,
it is time to stop fretting and hire your designer and
he/she will know exactly what to do!

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