Published at Saturday, 20 May 2017 by Macey Bayle in Design, with total 21 drawings.
Before we dive deep into the world of marvellous dining peninsulas, let’s take a look at their more practical versions. A peninsula can really just be an alternative to the kitchen island, where you would usually install a sink and a cook top. Some of these designs have additional features like drawers, built-in ovens, or shelves, if you will.
Wooden floors soften up the all-white interior and cold metallic kitchen with untreated natural color and texture. Modernist furnishings complete the living area, rendering the place pleasantly nostalgic.
Let’s be honest…Sometimes there’s just not room to keep everything behind closed doors! If you have limited cabinet space, you will find that it is quickly filled. Try using the walls for extra storage. The kitchen below makes use of wall-mounted pot, knife and spice racks!