Having an island, where you can dine in your kitchen or entertain with friends, hors devours and wine is a definite plus-plus. I chose this island for its attached dining table–one you can fold down in a drop-leaf fashion.
I’ve a larger kitchen and the large expanse of floor space made the kitchen look cold and uninviting, an island just makes great sense; it interrupts the blank space quite nicely.
A kitchen island with an attached table, especially in smaller kitchens where a dining table isn’t feasible is a great idea. This island has good-size drawers, shelves for all sorts of kitchen spices and wine bottles.
How cool is that?
I love the generous cabinets; they’ll provide plenty of storage, too. I’m thinking all those odd pots and/or serving platters. The two drawers can house your knife set with the nice drawer inserts that are out now.
The attached table folds out as I mentioned, with knee room of 6.5,” for more workspace you’ll need during holidays and celebrations and tall diners of 6’2.” The table top stays attached and folds down into a tidy unit.
For plenty of storage, extra dining space and prep space enough for several cooks, this kitchen island with attached, drop-leaf table, you’ve several pieces of furniture that’s quite budget-wise: table, storage cabinet, work island and display shelves.
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