Published at Sunday, 03 February 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.
You can even add suspended storage above the island, in the form of a hanging rack, so you don’t waste any of that ceiling space – this is the perfect place to hang your pots and pans and free up even more cupboard and drawer space in your kitchen. Which is great if you have a smaller kitchen and are struggling to fit in an island without moving or losing kitchen cabinets.
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