chelsea kitchenContemporary Kitchen, London
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A small and narrow moveable island can be limiting in terms of storage space. Most rolling islands usually have open shelving underneath, so it’s best not to store breakable items here. Also consider how many heavy items you plan to store here. If you see the need to regularly wheel away the island, it might not be practical to keep them there.You also have the option to build open shelves or a pot rack over the island. This works for either type of island, creating more storage solutions.
8. Location: London, UKWhy we love it: Another great example of how coloured artwork, in this case in the adjacent dining area, can pair with a subdued colour scheme to energise a space.
Pop in an islandIf your single-wall kitchen is lacking worktops, try adding prep space with an island. This freestanding version is the perfect fit, adding just enough extra storage and workspace to make the kitchen more functional. In a smaller room, you could pop in a narrow table instead, which can double up as a worktop and seating area.No room for an island? See how a table can work just as well