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How kitchen islands are made?

10.26.2011 · Posted in Kitchen Calamities, Kitchens

There is probably a perfectly lovely kitchen island here:

Leggo my island!

Unfortunately, as it is currently in the maw of a larger, more predatory island, it is difficult to actually see it. Or just possibly, they are mating? That would at least explain the mini island on top, wouldn’t it?


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9 Responses to “How kitchen islands are made?”

  1. Scarey, huh, Jocelyn? Thanks for dropping by!

  2. Hi Joseph – simpler would have been so much better!

  3. Er…did you READ the post?

  4. I love this kind of kitchen the ambiance looks so relaxing..How i wish i could have this kind of kitchen..
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  5. I agree with you. I really cannot imagine having such a thing in my home. It is entirely too much. One of the things that sticks in my mind is from a woodworker who specialized in furniture. Like a lot of woodworkers, he did absolutely glorious work, but was very soft-spoken. He said he thought a well-designed chair would not draw attention to itself, but would quietly do its job. I feel the same way about kitchen design in general and kitchen islands in particular.
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  6. That one big kitchen island! We have one at home but it’s minuscule compared to this!
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  7. Dear God — what IS that thing! Love your post.

  8. At first glance I didn’t even see the mini island! I was fixated on the island base.
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