Most people have a number of items in their kitchens that they use on occasion, but not every day. This may be a stand mixer, a set of china, or some wine glasses. In a tiny kitchen, however, where space is at a premium, it doesn’t make a lot of sense to give room to items that you aren’t using regularly. So take the time to sort through things and move anything non-essential out of the kitchen to store elsewhere. This could be the dining room, a hall closet, or the attic; make sure it’s accessible when you need it and free up the space in your kitchen for items you use every day instead.
A peninsula basically serves the same purpose as the kitchen island, but it’s fixed to at least 1 wall, with access to 3 sides rather than 4 like an island. A peninsula is actually seen as an extension of the rest of the kitchen, unlike islands which are a distinct unit separate from the other worktops and cupboards. Due to its’ structure, a peninsula is a great choice for kitchens with a smaller footprint, as it’s more space efficient. It’s much easier to incorporate, and homeowners can choose just how small or big they want it to be.
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