When it comes to island worktops, there are several options to consider.
The most popular choice is a standalone worktop that rests on the kitchen units.
However, if you desire a more striking look, you may want to explore wrapped worktops.
A wrapped worktop features a worktop on both sides of the island, creating a waterfall effect. If you opt for a worktop with a vein pattern, the veins will be matched at the edges, resulting in a seamless appearance.
The stone legs can be either mitred to the top or thickened, depending on the desired edge profile.
For added functionality, you can integrate your dining table into the island design. This can be achieved through a two-tier island, where the island extends at a lower level, or by incorporating a raised bar, providing additional surface space.