Inspiration from David Lisle

Why a curved island matters

Islands have become a crucial feature in any kitchen. If you’re lucky enough to have a space large enough, having an island as your centrepiece not only allows for extra storage and appliances, it creates a space for family and friends to congregate.

Essentially, it brings the hub of the house back to the kitchen.

With this in mind, we often craft our islands to have one or more curved sides. As with a circular dining table, or in any group conversation, everyone is happier when able to make eye contact with one another. It’s how we naturally communicate.

Our curved islands work in the same way- they help to create a great group dynamic. Add in some complementary bar stools and your kitchen will feel more social than ever.

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