Kitchens are a great place to decorate, especially if you’re all about mixing form and function. There are tons of different ways you can revamp your kitchen to make it suits your needs or to make it a multifunctional place in the home. It can double as a study area, a workstation, a dining area and even an entertainment place. An essential part of a multifunctional kitchen is a kitchen island, and of course, you can revamp it in any way you choose.
The best part about having a great kitchen island to work with is its versatility. You can add décor, and extra cabinets, or even incorporate tons of little features to make them function as your preparation area as well as something that everyone in your home can use. If you’re looking to turn your kitchen island into something more than just an extra surface, here are some things you can do with it:
Add a Taller Surface
What better way to get more functionality from a kitchen island than by adding in another surface to work with? Place a taller table right beside your kitchen island so that it can function as a breakfast bar or a presentation area for kitchen décor or fruits in season. The best surface to add is a round table that complements the color scheme of your kitchen. Add in a couple of bar stools in the same design and you’re all set!