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In this L-shaped kitchen , the decision to do a peninsula over an island solved so many problems. There's more space in front of the range, more counter space, and a better sense of separation between the kitchen and family room/sitting area (see more next). KitchenLab Design | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors
Here's the same kitchen from the opposite view. The peninsula helps to define the kitchen as a separate space for the family room/sitting area. KitchenLab Design | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors
Here's a different approach. This kitchen was too small for an island, but making it a galley would have wasted quite a bit of space in the center. The solution was to bump out a small peninsula off the main sink, giving the cook much needed extra counter space. This peninsula also is home to an under-counter freezer and allowed the homeowner to do a full, all-refrigerator unit. This small peninsula also has enough of an overhang for someone to pull up a stool on the other side.