By Adalwolfa Grob. Kitchen Island. At Wednesday, January 09th 2019, 06:42:25 AM.
Metal And Wood Kitchen Islands. Metal and wood is a perfect combo for an industrial kitchen island; such a piece will bring a more vintage feel to the space, and if you need it – go for pipes and a wooden countertop, this is a win-win combo. Add casters to make the island portable and make some shelves for storage – and you’ll get a super functional piece to rock!
A waterside island with a lot to hide. In this modest cabin on stilts over Puget Sound, space is at a premium. The homeowners tucked their TV right into the island, where it hides behind cabinet doors when not in use. A blocky island in Texas goes with the grain. Homeowners Morgan and Monica Campbell added a large-scale grain pattern to their midcentury modern home’s kitchen island. The sides are composed of faux wood flooring.
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.
Would you actually feel like charitable your entire house an entire renovation but don’t appear to understand where to start? Creation some small changes to one space, in this instance your kitchen may create a great effect. Contemporary houses are planned to actually suit the modern world that we’ve got today.