Creating a multi-function space in the kitchen allows the room to be used 24/7 when it is not being used to cook in. It can provide office space, reading and lounging space, coffee breaks, tea time and a place to gather for conversation. This is all accomplished through space planning by providing the appropriate seating and work area.
In this Newport Beach house, the client did not have a formal dining room or a separate home office space. So what we did was take the office out of the bedroom space and put it in the kitchen to create a desk for him and computer desk for the grandkids. The banquet seating to the side of the Island is used for the dining/kitchen table and a place for the grandkids to do homework. The Island also has seating with four barstools to gather for quick meals or conversation while preparing dinner. The large Island also makes a great space for entertaining and serving food buffet style. The countertop is made from gemstones hand cut and assembled in Europe. The color ranges from the vast blues found in the ocean to hints of lavender found in the amethyst in the stone.
The multiple uses of this space along with the focal point of the Island’s material make this a multi-facet kitchen with the ultimate use of space.
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