Published at Friday, March 08th, 2019 - 20:25:17 PM. Kitchen Islands. By Meinyard Graf.
Tolix counter stools have been added to one side of the island, while pendant lights adds to the industrial aesthetic. Designer Rebekah Zaveloff mixed old with new to keep this kitchen true to the home’s Victorian architecture. She lined the glass-front cabinets with high-end damask wallpaper as a nod to turn-of-the-century style then added industrial-style lighting and steel stools to bring this timeless kitchen into the new millenium.
When the kitchen and the dining area are adjacent spaces on an open floor plan, the island can put the two functions together and create a seamless transition between them, ensuring a cohesive and fluid decor and ambiance throughout. This kitchen island, instead of featuring an extension on one side or on a raised level, has a raw edge wood shelf that surrounds and frames it an three sides. This platform can be used for storage or in other ways.
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