Pansy Godefroy. Kitchen Islands. November 12th , 2017.
Stylish, furniture-like cart options include granite or stainless steel tops, paneled cabinet doors and bases of solid-wood construction.
Installing larger kitchen islands, though, has its benefits. A large island with ample space for seating (6 or more chairs or stools), for example, can eliminate the need for a dining table entirely, whether the seating is counter-height, bar-height, or built-in, banquette-style.
Kitchen island carts are also a budget-friendly option, providing for extra countertop and storage space—without the need to embark on a major kitchen renovation. But just because island carts are utilitarian in function doesn‘t mean they can‘t be aesthetically pleasing, too.
You can also experiment with various antique kitchen island styles by matching them with retro or modern pieces to add your own touch of flair. Brightly colored stools paired with an antique wooden island or the addition of seats with textured materials are easy ideas for matching current trends with styles of the past. These are, of course, just two ideas for pairing the old with the new in antique kitchen design.
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