Kitchen islands are designed to stand in the center of the kitchen floor area, offering access to all four sides. One side is sometimes recessed to give more leg room, though this is not essential. An additional benefit is the extra storage space the kitchen island offers. This can be provided in the form of cupboards, drawers, wine racks, cutlery and knife storage, and so on. Some incorporate a sink and faucet, while others have a butcher block recessed into the top - or sometimes both!
One of the great things about any round table is the beautiful look it gives your kitchen. While some homeowners like to have their table and chairs anchor a corner of the room, out of the way, you can also put your table front and center. This works particularly well if your kitchen has an open floor plan. You can use it in lieu of a kitchen island. In fact, you may find a nice bistro table to be perfect in the center of the kitchen, since it gives you a higher table that can double as prep space when preparing meals or baking.
Finally, if you are not content with kitchen tables for small spaces, you may wish to consider eating in the dining room, as there are dining tables and chairs, and even foldable dining tables and chairs available.
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