Including sinks or stovetops right into the surface area of the island is one method to spread out the process throughout the cooking area. Installation can be difficult, so take note of details like air flow and plumbing system. This will call for running downward (most common in islands) or overhanging venting (which could be expensive), and even allocating extra space to in-cabinet water pipes.
As well as according to a study by the National Association of Home Builders longer than 70 % of buyers want an island in their cooking area, as well as of those, 50 % consider it an essential. Considering that it's obvious that including an island is a sound financial investment, we've compiled 60 of our preferred kitchen island ideas to use for motivation.
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