Parallel, much like kitchen islands, offer an increased workstation, storage space and make the perfect meal counters for informal dining. The only difference is, Parallel protrude from a wall and are accessible on three sides. Further, it can be scaled to fit kitchens of different shapes and sizes and can enhance the efficiency of the kitchen work triangle between the hob, sink and fridge. It also makes a great room divider in open-plan kitchens.
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What are the advantages of having a peninsula kitchen?
A peninsula works well with kitchens of all sizes and designs. It provides an extra workstation and acts as a divider to ensure an uninterrupted workflow. Further, it creates spaces for extra cabinets and drawers to maximise the storage space of the kitchen. It defines the kitchen space by acting as an invisible barrier and works as the perfect meal counter for busy days and casual get-togethers. Its use isn’t confined to kitchen-related tasks, but by shifting a few appliances, it can be personalised into a bespoke office workspace.
What are the disadvantages of having a peninsula kitchen?
Peninsulas are versatile when designed well. Ill-planned size and placement have more disadvantages than advantages in a kitchen. For example, if it is used as a room divider, it can constrict the entry and exit into kitchens with just one door. Further, it makes cabinets and drawers around the corner of the wall protruding from difficult to access. These issues can be diverted when working with us at Blissspace to design the best peninsula kitchen for your home.
Where can I put a peninsula in my kitchen?
The most important thing to keep in mind before adding a peninsula to your kitchen is to ensure that it does not disrupt the work triangle. Ideally, in an open plan layout, the peninsula would act as an invisible barrier to define the kitchen. In other cases, a peninsula can be used to create a U-shaped or L-shaped kitchen, an extra workstation and storage space.
What is a better option, a kitchen island or a peninsula kitchen?
This depends on the type of kitchen you have. Kitchen islands are advisable for larger kitchens because it ties together the work triangle. Peninsula kitchens are the perfect way to maximise storage space, countertops and seating area in smaller kitchens. Blissspace designs some of the best peninsula kitchens in Goa. Get in touch with us to learn what type of kitchen is right for you.
Can peninsula islands be mobile?
Yes. Mobile peninsula islands are generally smaller ones on wheels. It can be moved around to arrange and rearrange the layout of the kitchen according to the occasion. Some of our best-designed peninsula kitchens maximise storage and counter space in modular kitchens and semi-modular kitchens.