Having two islands in your kitchen may be something reserved for larger homes, but is definitely something you should consider if you have the floor space. Double islands are a fantastic option for casual diners, for people with larger families who need the prep space, or if you have foods you need to keep separate such as vegan or kosher.
If you need even more space in your kitchen, you could always join two islands together with a table top.
Or you could go all out, and put in three!
If double islands really aren’t your thing, you could always swap the second one out with a solid table. Tuck seating underneath so that you can work standing up! Another option is to go for a single larger island, either square or extra long. You can also choose between floating islands, or connect them to a wall to define space more clearly.
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