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1. Kitchen islandA kitchen island can serve multiple purposes. It could work as an extra counter, a storage unit, a dining area or a breakfast bar, saving you from having to designate separate spaces for dining or storage. In a small kitchen where you’re already pressed for space, this kind of multi-utility can be a practical solution.In the chic open kitchen featured here, the pistachio-hued island doubles as a charming storage unit, complete with three different-sized drawers. The island also holds a conveniently placed kitchen roll spindle, making for easy access during bountiful cooking escapades. Look closely, and you’ll notice the island is equipped with wheels, allowing it to be stowed away or moved elsewhere on days when you’d like a little more room in the kitchen. By installing wheels, you can move your island into the living room to work as a pop-up diner or connect it to your kitchen counter to elongate your work surface. An island on wheels is the best way to create dynamic spaces.