One thing homeowners are looking for when they are remodeling their kitchens is incorporating more storage and counter space. Whether you are in need of another work station or a place to seat guests casually, an island is a great option if you have the space to do so. According to the National Kitchen & Bath Association, over 50 percent of kitchens created have islands.
Shape, types of cabinetry, and the style are important considerations. It is easy to custom design your island to fit your needs. Whether you want to include a sink or cooktop, or leave a portion of the island at standard 36” height and an overhang of 42” to seat guests, there are many options when designing your island.