Kitchen islands are just wonderful - just ask editor Rob Johnstone,
owner of this handsome project. It has a counter-height work surface
where you can also eat, featuring ample storage as well as being darn
good to look at. This project is reminiscent of an old-fashioned butcher's table, but it's a lot easier to build because the top is a
slick, built-up assembly rather than a heavy chunk of hard maple.
NOTE: This is a PRINTED version of the Classic Kitchen Island. For a downloadable version, CLICK HERE