Island with Bench Seating for Kitchen Ideas
The kitchen island is a table that is usually in the middle of the kitchen. It is the place to prepare groceries upon entry.
The kitchen island is now one of the mandatory features in kitchens. Besides being very useful, it also adds to the aesthetic value of the house.
In addition to preparing dishes, the kitchen island can also be a breakfast area in the morning when the food that is eaten is ‘fast’ and not difficult to prepare.
A kitchen island can also be an additional space to place dishes if the dishes at the table eat a lot.
Island can also be a comfortable place to chat with the family in the morning.
The size and shape of the kitchen island can vary. But the recommendation of minimum size from the kitchen island is only about 1 meter.
Although small, this dimension still allows it as a practical work area in the kitchen, including integrated equipment choices.
Plan a multifunctional kitchen island!
A kitchen island in a small space can be very efficient if planned from the start as a versatile workstation.
The perfect layout of the kitchen island design can accommodate the needs of the owner while maximizing limited space.
If you plan to make a dining table next to or incorporated with a kitchen island, then use this kitchen island as additional space to place dishes if the dishes at the table eat a lot.
Then, use a sofa or bench right on one side of the island to separate the dining area in the kitchen without having to be in the kitchen.
Kitchen Island with Bench Seating
This post provides some popular options for kitchen islands that have integrated seating. This means it clings to the kitchen island like a built-in bench and sofa.
This design is suitable for u-shaped or l-shaped islands.
Then on the outside side of the kitchen island, built a bench covered with pads (like a sofa).
This bench faces the dining table.
Then, on the other hand, added seats as complementary.
The island kitchen design can provide extra comfort and a very attractive appearance in the entire kitchen interior.
But don’t overdo it too, because something too big and too much will damage the aesthetics of the kitchen space.
A good kitchen designer will help you determine the size of the ideal kitchen island design so that it can provide a balance with the overall area of space.
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