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Seating for a kitchen island is a popular design feature that lets your counter space do Kitchen Wood Cabinets double duty. While an overhang on the back of the island supported by cabinets is the most common arrangement, it doesn’t afford the best legroom. Who hasn’t banged their knees while scooting onto a kitchen island stool? Islands designed with an integrated dining table at one end fare a little better, but you still must have the right table base for maximum leg comfort. Here’s what to consider. "This simple metal base adds another modern element to the room. The open design, with a base that’s set back from the sides and ends, creates a lot of legroom and is visually lightweight to match the thin profile of the countertop. Another diner could probably be placed on the end. Here’s another base that’s set back from the end and the sides. This arrangement provides legroom for diners sitting across from each other, as well as for a diner or two on the end. The slab design of Kitchen Wood Cabinets the base here matches the heft of the countertop better than an open, lightweight design would have.Nest Architectural Design, Inc.3A square kitchen with a symmetrical contemporary look demands the same in an island. Here that island was designed as a table, without any cabinets. The heavy corner legs give the island visual weight and definition, but they also mean diners won’t bump knees. This dining island is probably at least 60 inches per side, an arrangement that allows two diners per side.Art of Kitchens Pty Ltd2Look closely and Kitchen Wood Cabinets you can see that this wood countertop is supported by a mirrored base. The size and construction of any base depends on the size and weight of the countertop. Mirroring a base makes it virtually disappear.Warmington & North3This traditional kitchen has a round, bar-height dining table with a furniture-style pedestal base. You can find a pedestal base in any style. A pedestal allows diners to easily gather around the table without bumping into the base or one another.Furniture by Dovetail2The base of this dining table matches the cabinetry, but the prow shape makes it lighter than a boxy cabinet would have looked. Because the base follows Kitchen Wood Cabinets the curve of the countertop, knee space is retained for each diner, making the entire length of the countertop usable. This is also a good way to visually lighten the size of a big table area.MINOSA2When you are planning your kitchen, remember that a very heavy surface material, such as the marble shown here, will require heavy support underneath. Be sure to calculate the width of the base into the total width of the tabletop. Too wide? Reconsider the material and the base design.1A waterfall design creates a beautiful and simple Kitchen Wood Cabinets support for the top here. Make sure you have as much length as you need for chairs on each side with something like this, since the flush end is not usable for seating.Platinum Building GroupThe beautiful custom wood base of this island serves as a sculptural element as well as a functional support. The slender V-shape base provides good countertop support but also allows for plentiful knee space.Taylor Smyth Architects2When is a table base not a table base? When the piece is cantilevered. This dining area can welcome a big Kitchen Wood Cabinets crew, as well as Fido comfortably sprawled under the table."