White Narrow Kitchen Island with Black Seating
When it comes to large kitchen islands, we always dissuade our readers from picking a square option unless they absolutely want it. This is often the case because large square kitchen islands are hard to clean, and the space at the center is often wasted, as it is difficult to access. But when it comes to tiny kitchen islands, this rule goes out of the window. Small kitchens benefit from the petite square island that is both ergonomic and visually pleasing. Put them on casters and you have a mobile wonder that can be done away with when you need additional space in the kitchen!