A narrow island creates a natural divide between the living and dining zones in this Remo and Izari kitchen by Milligan and Jessop. Lots more images here- http://www.sncollection.co.uk/real-kitchens/real-kitchen-projects/remo-alabaster-and-izari-milligan-and-jessop.html
This breathtaking dining table features a top that is almost 3 inches thick and includes the bark-stripped living edge of the original tree. These beetle-killed Douglas Fir trees are harvested and milled only after they've fallen naturally. We kiln-dry these pieces for over three months before using them to build your furniture.