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Will you have enough storage? “Most people request an island to replace a kitchen table because they need the additional storage that an island offers,” Campos notes. If you want a table instead of an island, "make sure the rest of the kitchen cabinetry has ample space for supplies and tools,” he advises.This kitchen is centered on a custom table by Terra Amico made of salvaged wood. The table is matched with six black chairs from Pottery Barn. A furniture-like black cupboard holds glasses and tableware, freeing up space in the perimeter cabinets for items that might otherwise have been stored in an island. See more of this house A sole dining table is a great way to incorporate a workspace that seamlessly switches over to a dining space, but it's also a place where people face one another — instead of the cook — for a type of gathering most islands don't provide. Here an antique table set with antique chairs breathes an old-fashion feel into this otherwise white kitchen by Sage Kitchens. A small rolling island in the background can act as an additional workstation when needed.