Get Away to an Island – a Kitchen Island!

In a world driven by HGTV binging, we know that people love to redo their kitchens. However, sometimes a full remodel just isn’t in your budget. If your kitchen desperately needs counter space, what should you do?

We have a solution! Adding a kitchen island is a great way to add counter space without completely blowing your budget out of the water. Our moderately priced kitchen islands range from $460 up to $2,990, and we have a wide variety of kitchen island options to suit every style and need.

Mission Kitchen Island When choosing a kitchen island, it is important to remember what your needs are. Your kitchen island should be proportional to the size of your kitchen and fit the flow of traffic. If you are pursuing a traditional island look (instead of a peninsula), then you should make sure that there is enough room on both sides of the island. You will also need to determine what the goal of the island is. Do you just need preparation space or will you need additional seating and serving space? If you’re looking to make your island offer more of a breakfast dining area, our mission island with a cherry finish and butcher block top is perfect. It also comes with four stools so you will not have to spend time trying to match finishes.

You can also add a smaller island with extra storage, giving you a place to stash extra pots and pans or small appliances when not in use. Whether you prefer the rustic appeal of the antique white and rich tobacco finished island or the charming natural hickory to match with your existing cabinets or fixtures, you’ll find plenty of different options when you shop with Carriage House Furnishings.

If you are in need of more preparation space in your kitchen, don’t wait – stop down and shop the selection at Carriage House Furnishings. Take a look at our kitchen island options for yourself and decide on which will be best for your kitchen. Come see us today at the former Lapps Coach Shop in Ronks, or call us today at 717-768-8712 to learn more.

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