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Space around island

Posted by sweetbeags (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 10, 13 at 10:28

I'm planning a kitchen renovation. With the dining room wall coming down, the room will be 13'9" wide by 32' long - consider it a wide galley kitchen. In total I'll have 78" of space to play with for the sides of the island.. With the fridge/ovens side as the main walk thru, should I break up the 78" with 36" on range/sink side (where I will be) and 42" on the fridge/oven side? Thanks for your interest in helping. I uploaded the floor plan and elevations on Houzz. Note: My apologies for the upside down images.

Here is a link that might be useful: jcloot's kitchen reno project ideabook

This post was edited by sweetbeags on Mon, Feb 11, 13 at 10:56

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RE: Space around island

Also, the seats on the island will begin after the ovens and I'll have backless stools for ease of tuck in when not in use.

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