Access Your Microwave. Carve out space in your island for the microwave to ensure people of all ages and abilities have easy access. Placing the microwave in the island also frees up counter spaces that's often taken up by the appliance.
source: Britt Lakin Photography Two-tone kitchen with white shaker cabinets paired with Vermont White Granite Countertops and subway tiled backsplash. Industrial pendants over blue kitchen island with beadboard trim, white granite countertops lined with
Kitchen Breakfast Nooks - With no room for a large eat-in area, this galley kitchen maximizes space with a built-in bench and super slim dining table, a set-up that allows for easy traffic flow and avoids over-crowding. - Designed by Harvest Architecture
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