Shaping your Countertop Island
March 1, 2016
When choosing the layout of your countertops have you ever thought of achieving something that isn’t linear? In most cases a standard island shape works really well, but the truth is there are plenty of other options to choose from if you’re feeling creative. For example if your kitchen is quite ornate, you might want to shape your countertops to match that particlular style. While with other kitchens it may just be a certain function you are looking to achieve, such as seating or space saving in tight corners.
If this has your creative wheels turning, take a look at some of these unique examples where homeowners have shaped their island to be the focal point of their kitchen. Let us know what you think about these shapes or if you have examples yourself? We’d love to hear from you.