Gather friends and family to cook, eat and chat around a kitchen island on wheels with perfect proportions. Space around the island’s modules if you plan to place the sink and stove in the kitchen island. Make sure they are at least 300 mm from the edge. Count on 600 mm deposition space for one side and 450 mm for the other, if possible.
In places where people usually work and work by the island. Or in other parts of the kitchen that face the island – for example, the stove and the sink, and where appliances such as the dishwasher and the refrigerator open into the room – you must incorporate even more space if it is possible. The ideal distance between the island’s work areas and other tables is 900 mm to 1200 mm, although 900 mm is sufficient in a kitchen with a single cook.
Your family and guests should be able to easily move around the kitchen island, it must have a suitable working height for you, and it must be proportioned to the surrounding space. If you want a dining table area integrated into the kitchen island, the table must be 750 mm high. Then you can use regular dining chairs.