Stefania Morice. Kitchen Islands. October 09th , 2017.
Looking to add vintage flair to your kitchen island? One of the simplest ways is to repurpose a piece of vintage furniture—think a paint-peeling desk, a well-worn dresser or a flea-market find.
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.
Stylish, furniture-like cart options include granite or stainless steel tops, paneled cabinet doors and bases of solid-wood construction.
Custom kitchen islands are the best way to maximize kitchen efficiency and storage capacity. Designing a kitchen island around the specific needs of your family will allow the island to function as the hardworking heart of the home.
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