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sueviii wrote:May 28, 2012
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    Reico Kitchen & Bath
    Keep in mind that you want a minimum of 24" space per seat. Based on 78" you are at a slightly more comfortable 26", not including the thickness of the post. Depending on that thickness, it will be a close call. You will lose some space and will likely be under 24" of space per seat. Assuming it will be open behind the legs, there will be some leg room around each post. Consider who will be sitting in those seats most of the time and if all 3 will be filled at the same time often. That my help you decide right there.
  • chenxiwang112
    Thanks for the quick response! I appreciate it. I guess this is a function vs. form decision, but the aspects for consideration you shared are insightful. Thanks.
Jennifer Stryczny wrote:Apr 25, 2012
  • annmarie2
    Mine is on the countertop - with soap dispenser and faucet. Got the same finish, so it blends.
  • k l
    My builder advised against air switches as they have constant problems and don't last long. Is this true?
hiphiphooray0 wrote:Feb 5, 2012
  • C&V T
    I echo that sentiment & more - your kitchens are repeatedly inspiring!
    & so are your wonderful inputs on houzz..
  • grammielinda
    Is this the 10" hood that comes with its own power source or the 24"deep with separate power?
nonku wrote:Jan 31, 2011
  • nonku
    thanx do u know someone arround durban or richards bay who does the built ins with a reasonable price.
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    Paul Anater
    Are you in South Africa?
nikitandesai wrote:Nov 8, 2013
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    I would have no less than 38", preferably 40" to 42" if you have the space. See the attached picture for another idea on the galley island that really enhances the feel of the kitchen.
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    Traditional Kitchen · More Info

    This is the link to the picture I mentioned.
elizahu wrote:Sep 30, 2011
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    Mona Ives
    Not my pic so I can't tell you how big the island is... but your typical countertop overhang with no brackets or supports is 12-13" with a granite/quartz countertop. Also, because this has 4 seats, Id say it's at least 7' wide, but I'm guessing.
  • catmez
    You mean 7 ft long
hartz wrote:Jun 26, 2011
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    KitchenLab Interiors
    It's about 9' or so - and thanks, it's one of my favorite kitchen layouts with the sink off center.
  • emilycole
    What size undermount sink should be used for an island about 8' x 3'?
Structures Building Company wrote:Jun 22, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    Pendants are usually centered on an island, but they don't have to be. There's often some wiggle room in the rule book. Designers use their trained eyes to know where a light should be placed, but when in doubt, center it!
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    Bud Dietrich, AIA
    I agree with decocco and would add that you can also take cues from other elements in the space (cabinetry, windows, ceiling design, etc.)
rhs9498 wrote:Jun 15, 2011
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    KitchenLab Interiors
    It does come from one light box...unfortunately it's discontinued. It was from Pottery Barn. It had pot rack hooks that we decided not to use.
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    KitchenLab Interiors
    It's from Pottery Barn but is discontinued, sorry.
Marlene wrote:Aug 14, 2011
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    KitchenLab Interiors
    It's 36" though it does look narrower due to the angle of the photo.
Emi Ly wrote:Aug 1, 2011
  • motherbear
    If u click "more info" u will see that it is tagged.
zindy10 wrote:Jan 29, 2015
    rs71 wrote:Mar 14, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      rebekahzaveloff
      KitchenLab Interiors added this to Kitchen Solution: The Main Sink in the IslandJun 21, 2011

      When designing a kitchen with the main sink in the island, it’s important to resist the desire to center everything. You don’t want to bump into the person cooking at the range, and you want to maximize counter space to one side of the sink. I like to put in the dishwasher first, then the sink. That way both of those utilities are ganged together at one end, leaving as much counter space as possible to the other side.

      rebekahzaveloff
      KitchenLab Interiors added this to Kitchen Details: The Right Edge for Your CountertopJun 13, 2011

      Square and standard thickness. Less is often more. In a clean-lined and simple kitchen, a basic 3cm-square profile works best. Each kitchen has something that stands out and says “look at me.” Sometimes it’s the tile, sometimes it’s the lighting, and sometimes it’s the countertop material. I make it a rule to avoid having everything shout for attention; that away there’s some breathing room. In this kitchen the countertops are more quiet while the tile takes a bit more of center stage.

      rebekahzaveloff
      KitchenLab Interiors added this to Kitchen Layouts: A Vote for the Good Old GalleyJan 6, 2011

      If you don't have a lot of room, putting your main sink in the island can be a great option. Even better if it's a farm sink, which gives you an extra 3 inches in back of the faucet due to the sink being pulled forward (rather than having the 3-inch strip of stone required for the front of standard undermount sink).

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      webuser_205556100
      HU-205556100 added this to webuser_205556100's ideasFeb 7, 2019

      Reference to the farm since being more spacious 3"

      kat_crews
      Kat Crews added this to Kat's ideasJan 9, 2019

      size similar to room. nice island

      Photos in Prestige Ct.

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