In this Illinois bungalow, the kitchen island comprises parts via an antique sideboard, while an opulent chandelier and bright vintage refrigerator add grandeur into a small area.
Stainless steel countertops bring a hint of industrial gleam to the kitchen of the Kansas home. Furnished with Pottery Barn stools painted white to match the custom cabinets, the island provides a place.
A Texas couple breathes new life in their 100-year-old home such as using a thoughtful mix of materials from walls that are reclaimed for their own kitchen island.
Should you add a dark floor stain to your kitchen flooring, pick a light paint to the island, partitions, and cabinetry.
The kitchen island within this Ohio home boasts a zinc top crafted by a local metal shop and has a built-in plate rack for stealthy storage. Subway tile from Home Depot creates the backsplash.
A Dash of Color
Windsor stools and a red-patterned carpet sit in front of the kitchen island in this Pennsylvania house. Boat hardware takes a supporting role as kitchen cupboard latches.
Once the goal is rustic simplicity, there is no need to spend lots on custom cabinetry and granite countertops, particularly on a kitchen island. For this particular kitchen remodel, while stools brightened from Walmart oak cabinets were changed by paint, bought off the rack at Lowe's and topped with the birch slabs of Ikea.
Light and Dark
Offsetting the glistening white appliances within this California home: an island using dark soapstone counters and backsplashes, in addition to ash cabinetry painted a muted gray-green (Paris Gray by Annie Sloan Chalk Paint). The wicker stools are by Palecek.