By Josiane Augustine. Kitchen. Published at Friday, April 13th, 2018 - 21:26:42 PM.
Start by getting an estimate size of your kitchen island. Simply measure the width and length of the kitchen island outline making sure to include stools and chairs if there are any. Then multiple the two numbers to get the square footage.
Under-cabinet lighting is mostly used under wall cabinets to provide illumination on the counter workspace below. Although it will not serve the same purpose when used in a kitchen island, it has other benefits. Most notable, it provides ambient lighting when the main overhead light is switched off. Under-cabinet LED strips or panels cast a soft light around the kitchen island, keeping the area lit when not in use. You can even leave under-cabinet lighting on when the entire kitchen lights are off. It creates a nice look and allows people to pop in and out of the kitchen without having to switch on the main lights. You can install the lighting under the kitchen island counter or under the cabinets close to the floor.
The kitchen island is rarely ever used for one activity only. In most homes it is a multipurpose space whose role changes depending on the occasion, time of day and changing family needs. Its various functions include being a breakfast area, a kitchen workspace, a cooking center or even a full dining space.
Cozy nooks are great for everyone. You can create one for your kids to read in or make one for yourself to snuggle in when the weather is chilly. Large kitchens and spacious living rooms are all great and we love them, but sometimes you want crawl up inside a cozy space and escape to a world of your own where you can read, eat or simply daydream in peace and quiet.
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