When building or remodeling the kitchen, deciding to add an extra work space, like an island, can also add a place for clutter. Everyone wants a nicely laid out kitchen because it is a part of the house where you spend a lot of your time in. It is difficult to determine what the best possible setup is for a particular kitchen but in a lot of American households, there is always an “island.” These islands are becoming a staple in so many houses of America and it is getting a bit ridiculous. It surprising to see islands in so many homes.
- Many people are opting for a more simplistic design for modern kitchens.
- Eliminating the kitchen island creates an easier flow of traffic.
- For those who cook on a regular basis, they may find the height of an island uncomfortable to work on.
“Kitchens have gotten too complicated—and the island isn’t helping. In simpler, less cluttered times, kitchens had a cutting board, a knife, some onions—and a table where you could sit and chop them before tossing them into a pan with a little butter.”
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