A place to cook

A lovely country kitchen in a restored farmhouse in South Devon. Photo Styling Jan Cadle, Colin Cadle Photography

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LWK London Kitchens added this to How Much Space is Required for a Kitchen Island?25 February 2019

Investigate island-style alternativesIf you are set on a kitchen island but your space is just too small, there are various options.The most dramatic is to rearrange your layout and open up the room to create more space. This might mean altering some of the internal structure, such as taking a wall down to make an open-plan setting or building an addition.That, of course, won’t be feasible for every kitchen. So smaller-scale options include the use of butcher blocks, moving islands and trolleys – all great options when there’s no space for an island. Eye-catching in their own right, these small islands can be extremely functional, offering extra storage space and work surface. They are also much less costly than a fixed kitchen island.

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Kara Rhode added this to Kara's Ideas3 April 2023

I like some aspects of this pic but it isn't quite right. I don't know how to unlike the pictures I originally sparked to for one reason or another

HU-607612650 added this to Kitchen layout12 February 2023

Butchers block in front of claret Aga

Peter Ledger added this to Peter's Ideas24 December 2022

Wheels just need bigger top on one side to sit at

Mike Hillary added this to Mike's Ideas7 September 2022

Open shelves in island, on wheels

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