It’s the area between the refrigerator, sink and stove, and it’s where you spend most of your time when you’re in the kitchen–moving around, cooking, cleaning up and making sure that you have everything you need. If you ask 20 people what one thing they would change about their kitchens, nine would tell you they would like more storage space (and the other person probably lives in a palace). So make sure you strategically choose a design that will meet your needs–and then ensure that there is enough kitchen island countertop space, too.
Nothing can cast a shadow on an otherwise perfect kitchen island like a lack of light–or switches that are inconveniently located. Make sure your overhead lighting is placed in areas that provide full coverage for your kitchen. For help designing the perfect kitchen island–and avoiding common mistakes–contact the experts at Arch City Granite & Marble today.