You can instantly expand your kitchen workspace and storage area with this no-brainer Belmont kitchen island. I love how the drawers underneath have sliding doors — perfect for a narrow kitchen.
I've always wanted a butler's pantry next to my kitchen. This rattan server is bound to keep bottles close at hand, and it makes for a great place to serve snacks and desserts.
A baker's rack can hold all of your baked goods and delicacies. Use it in the kitchen or dining room, or even place it in your sunroom to hold potted plants.
Even if you have only a few feet of extra space, do whatever you can to squeeze in a trolley or tiny kitchen island.
The buffet and the hutch in this set can be bought separately, so the possibilities are pretty endless with this early 20th century–style piece.
If you are the ultimate homemaker, this kitchen island is for you. It has storage for spices, a magnetic strip for knives and hooks for pots. I love the rustic reclaimed wood, as it has an all-American barn look.
This three-piece breakfast set is a real space saver. I love the fact that the stools can be neatly tucked in underneath.
This has a great rustic charm, and it would make a great work station for food preparation.
This is a pricey alternative, but it can seamlessly blend in with my current kitchen. I would use this buffet table to hold my blender and KitchenAid mixers.
Style and convenience all in one! Roll this cart around wherever your guests go.
If you have a teeny-tiny kitchen, try out this mini kitchen island. It may be small, but it sure will come in handy when counter space is minimal.
Limited counter space makes it hard to prepare drinks like a pro, which is a problem if you are a big fan of entertaining. Try this wicker side table that will get you on the way in no time.
When space is critical, you've got to get creative. A narrow dining table makes a great breakfast bar when pushed right up to the wall. Pull up some stools and you've got yourself a handy space to eat breakfast or hold extra dishes of food.