Kitchen Islands. Saturday , September 16th , 2017 - 11:38:47 AM
Regardless of the materials you employ, or the solutions the custom kitchen island is designed to provide, make sure the style is in keeping with the overall feel of the kitchen—and that ultimately it functions as well for prep work and storage as it does for entertaining or working.
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.
Try using a bright citrus or playful emerald green as an accent color, decorating the side panels of a kitchen island with the hue and pairing it with a simple wood or stainless steel countertop. A kitchen that boasts a fairly minimal design, like white perimeter cabinets or cool granite countertops will benefit from this contrasting pop of color.
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