It’s the holiday season, and this means family gatherings and parties. If you like to host events in your home, you know that the kitchen tends to be the gathering point for guests. Gone are the days of mingling in a formal parlor while food is prepared and ferried out from a separate kitchen. Read more here to find out how to design your kitchen for entertaining.
Islands are a must have feature for most kitchen designs. Where space allows, a kitchen island (or sometimes two) take center stage in the room. They offer extra work space, plus additional kitchen cabinet storage and seating. Depending on the size of the island, the style of your kitchen, and how you use the space, island seating could be used for casual dining, entertaining, or doing homework. They offer a place for people to sit and talk or eat while the host is busy cooking or cleaning up. Some homes even use their island seating more often than a kitchen or dining table. Does island seating sound like a perfect fit for your kitchen design?