Published at Saturday, January 26th 2019, 03:17:19 AM by Andula Adamek. Kitchen Island. Create Your Own. What do you get when you combine an old wood table and a piece of Victorian flashing? A one-of-a-kind island. Any kind of old finish should be sealed for safety around food and easy cleaning. For a very inexpensive island, this homeowner took a couple of old, worn shelves and mounted them on a new U-line shelving unit.A wine barrel with a round slab of marble creates an instant conversation piece. Or how about painted tin ceiling tiles?
Published at Saturday, January 26th 2019, 03:21:07 AM by Darchelle Etienne. Kitchen Island. Double islands in Seattle. Adam and Alexandra Hedin converted a beloved neighborhood firehouse into a second home. Alexandra is an entertaining and lifestyle blogger who works from there, including staging photo shoots. A second kitchen island serves as a desk and bookshelf, and because it’s on casters, she can move it wherever extra counter space or seating is needed.
Published at Saturday, January 26th 2019, 03:19:18 AM by Blanka Blaha. Kitchen Island. When that wasn’t really working for them, they replaced the cabinets with deep drawers and shifted the butcher block top to create a bar overhang. Then they filled in the remaining countertop space with a stainless steel countertop. Not only is the new, slightly shifted configuration more functional for the way the couple uses the kitchen, but its slightly asymmetric appearance plays with the eye in an original way.
Published at Saturday, January 26th 2019, 03:17:19 AM. Kitchen Island By Andula Adamek. Use the space above. Take advantage of being able to use the space above the island by adding suspended storage, where you can display a matching pan collection or your best stemware. You can also experiment with lighting elements, or if you’ve decided to install a stovetop with overhead venting you can use the space for the range hood.
Published at Saturday, January 26th 2019, 03:12:44 AM. Kitchen Island By Aintzane Vila. If your kitchen is industrial or if you want to add an industrial touch to the space, an industrial kitchen island is exactly what you need. Sometimes even a modern or glam kitchen needs such a piece to chill the ambience, make less pathos and create a contrast.
Published at Saturday, January 26th 2019, 03:10:40 AM. Cabinets By Afrodille Lafond. Beadboard cabinet doors. Beadboard cabinet doors can help add a rustic feel to your kitchen. You can choose to have them only on the doors or also add matching components on the drawers. For those who are fond of country kitchens, these can complement wood ceiling beams and distressed furniture.
Published at Saturday, January 26th 2019, 03:08:25 AM. Cabinets By Adolpha Engel. Gray. Is gray the new white? It’s hard to say for sure, but for those who like a light and airy look but are tired of white, a sumptuous gray or gray-beige is the next best thing. At first thought, you might expect gray to seem cold and off-putting. However, as you can see in these examples, a wide range of tones, from charcoal to clay to just-off-white, make an excellent complement to wood floors or shelves for a welcoming palette that feels anything but chilly.
Published at Saturday, January 19th 2019, 03:51:24 AM. Kitchen Island By Pascala Faivre. If you happen to own an interesting piece like this, not only will it make a statement, it will also provide good storage. In this kitchen, a cabinetmaker added storage onto the back, making it even more useful. Having a countertop made to follow the lines of the piece gives it an especially nice, custom look. Prices for buffets are all over the place. You might be able to find a small one for under $100, but the bigger, more ornate pieces can go for $700 and up.
Published at Saturday, January 19th 2019, 03:44:28 AM. Kitchen Island By Roux Renaudin. Think about what kind of design (whether custom or prefabricated) is going to provide the most utility by asking the following questions: What will it be used for the most? What particular features will enhance the existing kitchen? What does the space need? If the room lacks cabinet space, you’ll want storage. If you don’t have a kitchen or dining room table (and even if you do), extra seating might be a priority.
Published at Friday, January 18th 2019, 08:03:11 AM. Kitchen Island By Aintzane Vila. Pots and pans hang out in Austin. An open island can still offer handy storage. Texas homeowners Nick Moore and Stephanie Wright eschewed traditional cabinets in favor of an open kitchen with an industrial vibe. Basically, if they don’t want to see an object, they don’t want it in their kitchen. Their open island is extra long, sporting a butcher block top and hooks for pots and pans. The cookware storage is a clever alternative to hanging a pot rack from the ceiling or the walls and keeps everything very handy.