Custom-cladding a kitchen island or peninsula is a great way to make a unique statement and show off your DIY skills without breaking the bank.
By Dylan EastmanMore in Blog Cabin
Adding a kitchen island or peninsula is an easy way to add counter and cabinet space without expanding the size of your kitchen. If space permits, it can also provide visual separation. Framing-in your own island or peninsula is a great DIY way to customize the size, shape and appearance without the cost of custom cabinets. The exterior can then be clad with a fun, funky or formal material.
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