Naked, legged, or maybe corbelled??
My island is different as y'all know.
The poor stool overhang end (shown on the top right end of the island in the drawing) of it has gotten neglected with my focus being on the banquette end.
On the end of the overhang where it joins the banquette, I will have a paneled pony wall to create some definition between banquette and overhang and also to provide some support for the overhang. Similar to this one:
NOW, what do I do with the other end of the overhang? The width of the overhang has shrunk down to 48" wide with building the pony wall. 48" is just enough width for 2 stools. I do not have the space to put a wall on the other end to create symmetry.
I see 3 options. Pros and cons listed.
Con: might look like I forgot to do something on the end, like it's floating
Pro: does not interfere with stools or legs, gives breathing room
Con: interference with leg and stool room
Pro: corner looks supported and finished
I love, love, love this leg and this kitchen. The lines are so simple. BUT I won't have an apron spanning under the countertop like this shows.
If I put a leg on, it would be stuck out at the overhang corner like this one, but the overhang here is larger than mine.
3. Corbel or two
Con: I don't really like this look
Pro: gives the overhang some support without looking naked
Naked seems like the way to go, but I just love that leg. Thoughts?