Sweet Broyhill Kitchen Island with Good Look
The kitchen is the heart of the home — a place where the family and friends come together for cooking, dining, and socializing. And the centerpiece for your space? That’s the island. Unify all of your needs in one central work space. Here’s a design trick — extend the public face of the island 4 to 6 inches above the surrounding countertop and match the material to the interior walls. This makes the island virtually fall out of view to someone outside of the kitchen looking in, thereby making the space appear larger and more open.