Published at Wednesday, March 06th, 2019 - 07:49:04 AM. Kitchen Islands. By Marelda Franke.
Add a splash of color such as turquoise on your island, creating a tropical aesthetic. Add color to your island can be the perfect trick to adding some visual appeal to an all white kitchen… and remember, you can always change the color if you want a fresh new look! An old world style kitchen is framed at the entryway by custom display cases painted in a fresh navy hue. This interesting color choice creates a division of space and create visual interest to a mostly white kitchen.
Small and Efficient This kitchen island is so small, yet unbelievably efficient. Every nook and cranny counts! Vintage Sideboard Island A vintage sideboard turned kitchen island! Of course, you can’t possibly throw away such treasure, but, use in the kitchen? Yes, yes, yes! You could have a mini-fridge installed into your island for beverages, a wine chiller, or even cold drawers for extra food storage. You many also want to use your island as a breakfast bar or use it in place of a breakfast nook… or use it as overflow seating if you like to frequently entertain.
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