I’m a sucker for furniture that does tricks. The Swiss Army Knife Kitchen Island at Sawbridge Studios works as a chopping block, marble pastry slab, breakfast bar, and computer work station/desk. There’s also extra storage space from two drawers, and bottom shelf perfect for cookware. Closed, it’s a mere 30”wide x 30 long” x 36” high. Designed and built of cherry, maple, and marble by husband-and-wife woodworkers Mike and Emily Kincaid of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, the island is $3,995. For more furniture perfect for tight spaces, see our story here.

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I’m a sucker for furniture that does tricks. The Swiss Army Knife Kitchen Island at Sawbridge Studios works as a chopping block, marble pastry slab, breakfast bar, and computer work station/desk. There’s also extra storage space from two drawers, and bottom shelf perfect for cookware. Closed, it’s a mere 30”wide x 30 long” x 36” high. Designed and built of cherry, maple, and marble by husband-and-wife woodworkers Mike and Emily Kincaid of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, the island is $3,995. For more furniture perfect for tight spaces, see our story here.

 

I’m a sucker for furniture that does tricks. The Swiss Army Knife Kitchen Island at Sawbridge Studios works as a chopping block, marble pastry slab, breakfast bar, and computer work station/desk. There’s also extra storage space from two drawers, and bottom shelf perfect for cookware. Closed, it’s a mere 30”wide x 30 long” x 36” high. Designed and built of cherry, maple, and marble by husband-and-wife woodworkers Mike and Emily Kincaid of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, the island is $3,995. For more furniture perfect for tight spaces, see our story here.

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