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If you like hosting dinner parties but have a dilemma when it comes to finding a place to store the extra required dishware, Kitchen Islands may provide a great solution for you. They can be easily made to match surrounding cabinets and they create extra space for cooking and storage.

 

At TRUCK, which consists of a home, studio, warehouse, storefront, and the Bird Cafe built on the same grounds, I met with Tokuhiko Kise, the brains and brawn behind it all. I also met Hiromi, his wife and TRUCK co-founder and some other family members including a 5-year-old daughter, 4 cats and 8 dogs.

Back in 1997 when the couple f ounded TRUCK, they decided to honour the ideas of originality in design and function, by doing everything by hand, from the building of their studio to the furniture produced in it.

“We respect the rustic style of wood, leather, metal, and every material we use.” says Tokuhiko.

 
If you like hosting dinner parties but have a dilemma when it comes to finding a place to store the extra required dishware, Kitchen Islands may provide a great solution for you. They can be easily made to match surrounding cabinets and they create extra space for cooking and storage.To conveniently access your frequently-used dishware, keep them in the glass-door cabinets while partyware can be discreetly kept in closed cabinets. This vintage-looking setting will keep your dishware organized and presentable while creating nice little party space as well
 


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