Kitchen islands are becoming more and more creative these days. Whether it is the shape, style, storage capabilities, or materials, each island is unique. It is rare that you don’t see a new kitchen that does not have an island. A new design in islands has to do with the size and function of it. Homeowners are opting for larger islands with both storage and seating on one kitchen island. These islands have all the storage necessary but enough seating to replace a kitchen table. They are still counter height at 36 inches but with a larger size, rectangular in this case, there is plenty of seating for four and sometimes more.
If you’d like a table-like look in your kitchen with plenty of seating for family and guests consider a setup with storage and seating on one kitchen island.