Macy Guillemot. Kitchen Islands. November 08th , 2017.
Of course, soft colors, like a pale blue or muted gray, are also options for a kitchen that is furnished with darker details, like cherry wood cabinets and surfaces. Colors in this palette will soften the look of the kitchen, rounding out the entire feel of the room.
When looking to add vintage style to the kitchen island, don‘t underestimate the power of accessories. Brushed-metal bin pulls installed on the cabinetry, round metal bar stools that swivel, or even a distressed finish on a newly painted piece are great ways to achieve that worn but charming feel.
Complement your vintage kitchen island with a variety of textured surfaces, like an exposed-brick backsplash or brick-pattern floors. Colorful retro appliances are also back in vogue—such as 50s-inspired refrigerators available in a wide range of shades from pastel green to cherry red and buttercup yellow.
Pre-made antique-inspired designs can be purchased at plenty of home stores, but garage sales and online auctions are some of the best spots for finding these pieces. Consider checking your local newspaper for estate sales or multi-family sales where you might be able to discover furniture that would be ideal for an antique kitchen island design. Retro shopping sites, like Etsy, are also useful for finding these types of islands.
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