January 5, 2012

Island Shapes

I'm working with a new client on a kitchen remodel / reconfigure, which involves eliminating a hall closet and combining the current kitchen and informal eating spaces into one integrated room.  Because this is a non-rectangular room, we need to use an asymmetrical island shape in order to maximize countertop, storage, and seating.  I've put together these images from houzz.com for my client, showing different island shapes, variations of which would work well in this particular kitchen.  (Note this slideshow is only exploring island shapes, not kitchen styles.)