If you have the luxury of a large kitchen, consider including an island unit. This will not only make the most out of all the space, it can also take the pressure off of the wall bounced cabinets, giving you all the benefits of the perimeter kitchen without the rigid enclosed wraparound look. In Island takes up a fair bit of floorspace, so make sure that it is multipurpose. Yes and for appliances, extra work-surface, even the kitchen sink, or allow the top of it to overhang it one-sided to create an informal meeting space.
For ultimate flexibility, fit it with casters, so you can we'll it to one side, or, if it is fixed, make it float by placing it on stilts or a pedestal. If you don't have room for an island, by a large mobile butcher block instead.
Island countertop advantages:
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