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When we shot this kitchen we actually took out a lot of the personality-ridden quirky bits and bobs in order to try and make it look more minimal, because minimalism was a huge trend at the time. Now we wish we had also done some shots that included those extra pieces of the homeowner’s soul.
We ALWAYS recommend a wooden top on our client’s kitchen islands. Wood is warm, winter or summer, it feels good to sit at a wooden island - in opposition to a cold stone top. Wooden tops also bring in an aspect of natural to your decor. It cuts through sharp lines and adds a feeling of softness and realness. Honestly, you can’t go wrong with a wooden top on your island. #freestandingkitchens #kitchenisland #milestonekitchens #solidwoodislands #kitchendecor #woodenfurniture
1. If there's a leak, you don't have to pull the whole thing apart to fix it! You just turn off the water and move the unit off the wall. 2. You don't have to worry about the cupboards disintegrating over time because of small pools of water soaking into all those nooks and crannies created when you stick some thing steadfastly to the wall. 3. Invested in a beautiful Butler Sink Unit like this? Don't throw it away when you move or relocate, take the whole thing with you!
Everyone loves a kitchen island, but most islands have an overhang on one side only, so when you and your family have a meal at the island you have to sit in a long row. The Table Island is Silvia Miles’s innovative solution. It has a table on one end and a prep and storage area on the other end: a table + an island = the table island.
Can you tell we love our dogs? I mean, how could we not - they’re the best. Pictured first is Slim Shady, Natalie and “Puppy”. All of them are rescues and they love testing out our dog beds. Pictured is the Njabulo Book shelf, designed to give your dogs a space in your house.