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Need help with the kitchen island.
November 5, 2012 in Before & After
The kitchen island I have currently doesn't have the extension for seating. It's granite with drawers and cabinets underneath. How to modify it (add extension?)so we can have couple high stools for seating?
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Consider adding a piece of wood or glass eating counter.

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If you want to use bar stools instead of adding an adjacent table, your best bet is to add a raised top (such as in Dytecture's second photo). You could do glass, a natural stone that coordinates with your granite, or wood.
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Jamie Herzlinger
You can also drop the top so you can you chairs.
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