Using a Kitchen Island Instead of a Table

Are you thinking of using a kitchen island instead of a table? It’s a phenomenal idea, especially when you don’t require more than four stools or chairs on a regular basis. It’s becoming a trend these days and for very good reason. It’s a practical solution for those that entertain. It’s a furnishing that serves triple duty since it can be used for storage, food preparation, and dining. It’s a great option for those with an eat-in kitchen or a connected dining area. Many people don’t want a formal dining room let alone a large dining room set. When entertaining guests, they’d rather bring out folding banquet tables. They’re far more practical in many ways. Consider the features and details of the following kitchen island with sides that fold down. It’s a space-saving and stylish alternative to a dining table. You’re going to love it!

Features and Details

  • Solid high-quality furnishing
  • Gorgeous country cottage style
  • Buttermilk finished cabinet with cherry finish on top
  • 42″ L x 42″ W x 36″ H
  • Fold up extensions create a 66″L tabletop/work surface
  • Four 13″ x 13″ drawers
  • Two-door cabinet is 32″L x 23″H x 14″D
  • Comfortable seats two to four people
  • Holds 12 wine bottles
  • Four wine glass rows
  • Three open shelves on backside
  • Shelves on both sides – ideal for holding spices
  • Highly versatile and stylish


Use a Kitchen Island Instead of a Table for Food Preparation, Storage, and Meals

When square footage is limited, and even when it isn’t, using a kitchen island instead of a table is a smart solution. Not only will you have space for up to four stools or chairs, but you’ll also have four extra drawers, a roomy cabinet, shelves for storage and display, spice racks, and much, much more. Ordinary tables waste lots of space. Kitchen islands can be much more useful. They’re certainly much more stylish no matter your needs.


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