Furniture distressing is the act of making a piece look as though it is worn out or antique. This style has become a very popular finish in the industry. Narrow your results here by whether or not you desire a distressed finish.
Kitchen islands and carts are non-permanent storage solutions that are pre-constructed and can be easily added to any kitchen increase storage and counter
area in a space that may not feature adequate built in workspace. Many kitchen islands and carts feature cabinets, drawers, and shelves to provide
additional storage for any kitchen items you may need to tuck away.
Kitchen islands are intended to mimic permanently installed cabinetry and are available in models that are stationary semi-permanent solutions, as well as
others that have attached wheels to give them a bit more flexibility. Some islands also feature room for barstool seating for added functionality. A
kitchen island with seating can function as a compact dining solution for kitchens that may not have room for a table or breakfast bar. Some islands that
come with seating also feature convenient storage space under the counter that is perfectly sized to stow their barstools when they are not in use. Kitchen
carts serve approximately the same general functions as wheeled islands, but on a smaller scale and more frequently featuring open sides. A kitchen cart is
a great place to store frequently accessed items like dish towels, pots and pans, or even plates. Some carts also are outfitted with shelves and wine racks
to serve as a compact and functional home bar that can be wheeled to any other space in your home.
In terms of style, kitchen islands and carts come in a wide range of designs that include traditional looks with intricate detail work, classic styles that
feature bead board or faux shutters, and modern looks with sleek and unembellished sides. There are also a few different options that feature metal framing
or glass shelving instead of the typical wood. The countertops of both carts and islands are frequently composed of granite, stainless steel, or wood.
Wooden butcher block countertops are a very popular option, both for their appearance, and for their versatility in being able to be used as a cutting
surface. But, as they are a softer material, butcher blocks can be damaged more easily, so a more durable countertop could be a good choice for a very
frequently used workspace.
How to Buy Dining Tables In Victorian times, it wasn't only women were required to cover their legs completely – so were the tables! These days, legs can be as much a work of art as a table's surface. With so many sizes, shapes, styles and finishes to choose between, picking the perfect place to share meals and entertain gu…
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