Mandy from A Beautiful Mess shared a helpful tutorial for an inexpensive plank backsplash. Not only does it add unique, classic style to your kitchen (love those horizontal wooden planks!), it‘s affordable too:
The eating zone may be the continuation of the kitchen island or may be made of some different material to highlight and separate it. The eating space can be raised to a different height for comfort.
A kitchen island is not only a functional cooking countertop, it is a part of decor, a storage space, a seating area and it can fulfill almost any other function that you want. Today we have lots of appliances in the kitchen, there’s often not enough space for placing them all. If you have faced this problem, you can easily solve it accommodating the appliances in and on your kitchen island. Wanna know how and what appliances you can place there? Let’s find out.