Interesting multi level countertop sections help define work surfaces in the kitchen
A super large island serves multiple people doing multiple tasks with ample room to spare
Refrigerator drawers on an island may define a station for baking, beverage storage, or fresh food prep.
A large, wide, circular, and same height countertop allows for expansive and flexible work stations. A corner refrigerator defines work stations as well.
Two islands, two ovens, two sinks, two pantries contribute to a flexible way to prep, clean, and cook.
An extremely versatile way to cook and prep via three work stations including the wood surface in between on both ends
Multiple islands can be accessed from any position and can serve any purpose as is shown here
Work stations may be tall built in areas which open wide to reveal counter space, while concealing items to maintain a neat appearance
Continuous yet separated countertops in a triangular configuration create workstations which accommodate multiple chefs and cleanly separated tasks.
Work stations can be as simple as a wire cart which holds items related to a single purpose and whose top can house a wood or marble insert
Sometimes a work station can serve multiple purposes as this one does - a microwave center and a wine serving center.
Flexible work stations relate to closed door areas and in front and behind the peninsula for maximum food prep expansion
a table as work surface and with lower shelf adds comfort, storage, and style to this kitchen. An interesting work station concept.
A double width island allows space for quite a few cooks. Ample prep space means happy chefs and a great setting for social interaction.
Different countertop materials and colors well define separate work stations and their purposes.