Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, November 23rd 2016, 02:42:11 AM by Orlene Besnard.
Ever amazement what a kitchen peninsula? This term is perhaps a term that is common for a interior designer’s set of ears, but for us general crowd, this term can perhaps be a little bit confusing. Kitchen peninsula is one of the popular kitchen style to use in this era, though not many use them at the moment because they are less efficient than the other kitchen style: kitchen island. This does not mean that you should not use kitchen peninsula when you want to style your kitchen, though. Kitchen peninsula is a style that is timeless and is very useful if you desire to have that bar-like style in your kitchen. This thing will tell you about kitchen peninsula.
If we take the words apart, we will have the word kitchen and peninsula. Kitchen is obvious, but the ‘peninsula’ part may still confuse some people. Peninsula in general term is a land that projects out from the water. Lighthouse resembles a peninsula, though only if they were built in the middle of the sea. If you combine the two meaning, you will have a kitchen that projects out of the sea. It does not make feel if you take the word literarily, but connotatively speaking, the term is not hard to make sense of.
In kitchen peninsula, you put the kitchen counters in a U-shape around the kitchen. This is perfect, of course, if your kitchen is small (remember that article on small kitchen I have written from before? we can apply this style of kitchen to your small kitchen if you want to). In small kitchen, putting a kitchen island is not very effective because the counters in a kitchen island style will take a lot of space. Although kitchen peninsula is a little bit dated (it is a style from the 70’s just so you know), you can still apply for this style should the situation arise.
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