Orlando Apartments with Kitchen Islands

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Orlando Apartments with Kitchen Islands

Kitchen IslandAre you ready to upgrade and make the most out of rental living? Apartments with a kitchen island in Orlando are an excellent step towards luxury, convenience and personalization. This feature can open up a wealth of possibilities - from storage space to creative cooking techniques, a kitchen island may be exactly what you need rediscover your passion for cooking and create a space that will motivate and inspire you.

Kitchen Island Features

A kitchen island sounds very tropical and high-end – but what exactly is it? A kitchen with this feature – usually found in luxury Orlando apartments - includes a countertop in the center of the kitchen that can be made of various materials, like tile, steel, wood or stone that matches the rest of the kitchen. The island is generally not connected to anything else in the kitchen (hence the name island!), which means you can freely move around it while you bake, cook or clean. The size of the island will depend on the size of your kitchen. If you prefer extra space around the island, choose apartments with larger kitchens to ensure you get the space you need.

Kitchen islands can be solid, or they may include several drawers or cabinets for extra storage space. If you've noticed that you quickly run out of room for pots, pans and specialty dishware, this can be an excellent option for storage and kitchen organization. Sometimes it can be tricky to store these dishes in higher cabinets that are difficult to reach, so kitchen islands with this feature add another level of lower, easy-to-reach storage for cooking convenience.

Kitchen Island Ideas: Uses and Benefits

One of the main benefits of having a kitchen island is the expanded workspace. Even with a larger kitchen, it can be easy to run out of room while cooking big meals for a family get-together or holiday dinner. Instead of running back and forth from corner to corner, you can place your main items on the kitchen island and work in a more centered space.

Don't need the extra space to prep your food? You can always use it as a place to eat your food instead! When you whip up a breakfast or lunch for two, the kitchen island can be a great space to pull up some chairs and eat together without formally setting up the dining table. If it's big enough, however, you can certainly use it as a dining table with additional people. During parties or get-togethers, the kitchen island is a strategic spot for appetizers and snack plates where guests can get gather naturally and mingle. Another exciting benefit of kitchen islands is the unique opportunity for décor and creative designs. This centered spot is an ideal location for light fixtures and other items hanging from the ceiling, like upcycled and rustic furnishings. Transform your kitchen with floral arrangements, baskets, matching bar stools, centerpieces, and much more. For a few more kitchen island ideas, check out Country Living's Great Ideas for Kitchen Islands.

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