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A fixed island is often the go-to way to increase a kitchen’s counter space, but Real Wood Kitchen Cabinets not every kitchen has to (or should) have one. Is your kitchen too small, narrow or oddly arranged for a full-size island, or is a big investment or permanent change off the table right now? You can still add more work surfaces in your kitchen. "Tuck It Away Top it with a useful surface — heatproof stone or tile, butcher block or stainless steel are good multifunctional choices. When you aren’t using it, just slide it back under the counter. You will hardly know it’s there. This tuck-away work surface includes an entire base cabinet. Match it with the rest of the kitchen or not — it’s entirely up to you. Here, the top doubles as a cutting board. Fold It Up When not in use, the table lifts completely off the ground and lies flat against the wall, Real Wood Kitchen Cabinets its wood finish blending with the kitchen counters and cabinets. This unusual folding table-cabinet combination offers room to eat, write, prep, play games or do homework, and the narrow cupboard stores small items. When not needed, just clear off the table and fold it up — like a Murphy bed for your kitchen. Flexible, fold-out tables call for light, foldable chairs or stools that can be easily stored Real Wood Kitchen Cabinets or used elsewhere when not needed.InsidesThe shallow ledge that remains when the table folds down can become a small display or storage shelf.Bellwether Design LLCA drop-leaf table in the center of the kitchen offers another kind of customizable working area: small job, leave the leaf down; big job, unfold the leaf. This table has storage possibilities on the ends and underneath — not a square inch is wasted. The large, Real Wood Kitchen Cabinets open leaf hinge means easy cleaning, with no hard-to-reach areas. Put It on Wheels It’s possible to completely match your other cabinets and have your island on wheels too.Karin Payson architecture + design3What do you do when you have a party and the beverages take up the counter space you need for something else? Enter that 1950s standby, the bar cart, which has come back for another go ’round with Real Wood Kitchen Cabinets all kinds of style. A rolling cart can be perfect in a kitchen where work areas are spread far and wide, as well as in a small kitchen where you might not always want it in the middle of everything. Carts allow you to move lots of equipment and supplies with little effort. Just wheel it around to where it works best for Real Wood Kitchen Cabinets you."