Small, Non-Portable Kitchen Island
These islands differ from the portable, rolling cart islands listed above in that they do not have wheels on the bottom. More importantly, they actually strive to emulate a traditional kitchen island.
At 38 inches, they are the right height for prepping food. They don’t have the tendency of those rolling carts to slide away when you’re trying to cut something.
To avoid triggering the electrical code’s requirement for the installation of receptacles, do not affix this type of island to the floor. You may also be surprised at the smallness of these islands: Since they are sold flat-packed and are often freighted or mailed to you, they need to be rather compact, and four feet long tends to be the maximum length.
Source: The Spruce