If you have a smaller kitchen than you’d like, you’ll know just how valuable every inch of countertop space is. And if you want small kitchen island ideas to help you find the space and make it look good too, we can help.
Because we all too often dismiss the idea of having one, but actually, they can fit in really well when space is tight. They can act as an informal dining area, give you extra worktop space, or act purely for storage – be that for Mason jars or houseplants. Plus, when they come in such a huge variety of shapes and sizes – square, rectangular, with legs, without, some with sinks, some not – the key is to simply find one that suits your space and your needs.
So we have rounded up six ways with small kitchen islands that prove you can house one in your tiny kitchen, successfully! Keep scrolling to be inspired and head to our kitchen ideas piece for more decor inspo.