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Island Table Kitchen

Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo celestina89 To me, it all depends upon the size and shape of the kitchen as well as lifestyle. I’ve lived in homes with no island nor kitchen table to kitchens with island only and kitchen with kitchen table. Each kitchen was different. 1. The one with no island/table – was the 4 square where I grew up. It had plenty of counters and place for huge sink, frig, and stove which included the oven. We did have a family dining room vs formal dining room. Homework was done in family dining room and sometimes my grandmother used it to make her pastry recipes which took up the entire table. 2. Kitchen with a kitchen table was a very narrow long kitchen with tons of cabinetry, places for frig, stove and sink. It was sort of a U shape kitchen. One wall ran from the garage door into the house all the way back to the end of the kitchen with the back wall housing 2 cabinets upper and lower, then return of the U on the other side but only half way. There was a rectangular space that was empty and the other side was the living/dining areas. The rectangular space was perfect for a 4 seat kitchen table. Place to sit and peel potatoes. And a perfect eat-in kitchen for breakfast, lunch or snack and read the newspaper (what’s that?) or mag. or book while cooking or canning. 3. Condo with little counter space, no real room for an island or table. Purchased a small kitchen cart on castors to use for additional prep/cutting area. Stored it at the end of one row of cabinets that had room for a trash can. Put the trash can under the cart. Also used the cart for buffet or a bar for gatherings. 4. My current kitchen is small – just 90 sq ft (10′ x 9′). A stove wasn’t going to work for bending and lifting from an oven, so I elected to put the cooktop on an island with a draft vent and the oven raised up counter height topped by a microwave. Perfect for my lifestyle. Gave plenty of room for both my late hubby and I to cook together. The island can seat 2. In my opinion, it’s not one or the other or none or all, it’s how the kitchen is designed, space and lifestyle. Like April 6, 2017 at 8:27PM
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Island Table Kitchen

celestina89 To me, it all depends upon the size and shape of the kitchen as well as lifestyle. I’ve lived in homes with no island nor kitchen table to kitchens with island only and kitchen with kitchen table. Each kitchen was different. 1. The one with no island/table – was the 4 square where I grew up. It had plenty of counters and place for huge sink, frig, and stove which included the oven. We did have a family dining room vs formal dining room. Homework was done in family dining room and sometimes my grandmother used it to make her pastry recipes which took up the entire table. 2. Kitchen with a kitchen table was a very narrow long kitchen with tons of cabinetry, places for frig, stove and sink. It was sort of a U shape kitchen. One wall ran from the garage door into the house all the way back to the end of the kitchen with the back wall housing 2 cabinets upper and lower, then return of the U on the other side but only half way. There was a rectangular space that was empty and the other side was the living/dining areas. The rectangular space was perfect for a 4 seat kitchen table. Place to sit and peel potatoes. And a perfect eat-in kitchen for breakfast, lunch or snack and read the newspaper (what’s that?) or mag. or book while cooking or canning. 3. Condo with little counter space, no real room for an island or table. Purchased a small kitchen cart on castors to use for additional prep/cutting area. Stored it at the end of one row of cabinets that had room for a trash can. Put the trash can under the cart. Also used the cart for buffet or a bar for gatherings. 4. My current kitchen is small – just 90 sq ft (10′ x 9′). A stove wasn’t going to work for bending and lifting from an oven, so I elected to put the cooktop on an island with a draft vent and the oven raised up counter height topped by a microwave. Perfect for my lifestyle. Gave plenty of room for both my late hubby and I to cook together. The island can seat 2. In my opinion, it’s not one or the other or none or all, it’s how the kitchen is designed, space and lifestyle. Like April 6, 2017 at 8:27PM
island table kitchen 2

Island Table Kitchen

celestina89 To me, it all depends upon the size and shape of the kitchen as well as lifestyle. I’ve lived in homes with no island nor kitchen table to kitchens with island only and kitchen with kitchen table. Each kitchen was different. 1. The one with no island/table – was the 4 square where I grew up. It had plenty of counters and place for huge sink, frig, and stove which included the oven. We did have a family dining room vs formal dining room. Homework was done in family dining room and sometimes my grandmother used it to make her pastry recipes which took up the entire table. 2. Kitchen with a kitchen table was a very narrow long kitchen with tons of cabinetry, places for frig, stove and sink. It was sort of a U shape kitchen. One wall ran from the garage door into the house all the way back to the end of the kitchen with the back wall housing 2 cabinets upper and lower, then return of the U on the other side but only half way. There was a rectangular space that was empty and the other side was the living/dining areas. The rectangular space was perfect for a 4 seat kitchen table. Place to sit and peel potatoes. And a perfect eat-in kitchen for breakfast, lunch or snack and read the newspaper (what’s that?) or mag. or book while cooking or canning. 3. Condo with little counter space, no real room for an island or table. Purchased a small kitchen cart on castors to use for additional prep/cutting area. Stored it at the end of one row of cabinets that had room for a trash can. Put the trash can under the cart. Also used the cart for buffet or a bar for gatherings. 4. My current kitchen is small – just 90 sq ft (10′ x 9′). A stove wasn’t going to work for bending and lifting from an oven, so I elected to put the cooktop on an island with a draft vent and the oven raised up counter height topped by a microwave. Perfect for my lifestyle. Gave plenty of room for both my late hubby and I to cook together. The island can seat 2. In my opinion, it’s not one or the other or none or all, it’s how the kitchen is designed, space and lifestyle.
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Island Table Kitchen

To me, it all depends upon the size and shape of the kitchen as well as lifestyle. I’ve lived in homes with no island nor kitchen table to kitchens with island only and kitchen with kitchen table. Each kitchen was different. 1. The one with no island/table – was the 4 square where I grew up. It had plenty of counters and place for huge sink, frig, and stove which included the oven. We did have a family dining room vs formal dining room. Homework was done in family dining room and sometimes my grandmother used it to make her pastry recipes which took up the entire table. 2. Kitchen with a kitchen table was a very narrow long kitchen with tons of cabinetry, places for frig, stove and sink. It was sort of a U shape kitchen. One wall ran from the garage door into the house all the way back to the end of the kitchen with the back wall housing 2 cabinets upper and lower, then return of the U on the other side but only half way. There was a rectangular space that was empty and the other side was the living/dining areas. The rectangular space was perfect for a 4 seat kitchen table. Place to sit and peel potatoes. And a perfect eat-in kitchen for breakfast, lunch or snack and read the newspaper (what’s that?) or mag. or book while cooking or canning. 3. Condo with little counter space, no real room for an island or table. Purchased a small kitchen cart on castors to use for additional prep/cutting area. Stored it at the end of one row of cabinets that had room for a trash can. Put the trash can under the cart. Also used the cart for buffet or a bar for gatherings. 4. My current kitchen is small – just 90 sq ft (10′ x 9′). A stove wasn’t going to work for bending and lifting from an oven, so I elected to put the cooktop on an island with a draft vent and the oven raised up counter height topped by a microwave. Perfect for my lifestyle. Gave plenty of room for both my late hubby and I to cook together. The island can seat 2. In my opinion, it’s not one or the other or none or all, it’s how the kitchen is designed, space and lifestyle.

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