Published at Wednesday, 30 January 2019. Kitchen Islands. By Halina Poulsen.
This casual kitchen shows off minimalism with two slim islands incorporating a stove and oven and an aesthetically pleasing bar, a dream for those who think less is more. With ample of sunlight, this kitchen is fit for a small family and is conveniently spaced to accommodate dining tables or a buffet spread. A subtle kitchen for those who love space – and lots of it!
Successful islands can take many approaches in vintage homes: They can be modeled on early worktables and remain on the simple side, or appear as a a more solid piece of woodwork with turned legs or bun feet, as though evolved over time from a piece of furniture. They can integrate numerous bins, drawers, and cabinets, reminiscent of early Hoosier baking cabinets. They can even be comprised of a repurposed antique like a candy-store counter, pharmacy built-in, or dresser.
Here we introduced you the design of rustic style. Whether you are a lover of rustic decor, bringing a rustic feel into your modern kitchen will produce an unexpected and surprising result. Rough stones, shipping pallets, crates or the old doors are all the amazing materials to make your rustic island. If you like crafting, you even can turn the old cabinet that you are planning to throw away into an elegant and delicate island. Don’t go away. We are sure that the following island examples can let your kitchen stand out.
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