Kitchen islands – having a place the freedom to move around in your kitchen. Next to that, the liberty of not being confined to one specific space, it’s no wonder that kitchen islands find their way into many of our vision, dream and Pinterest boards. Scroll down and let your inner chef cheer at these kitchen islands.
A Kitchen Island has the ability to stand as an effortless connection between your dining and kitchen area. For many of us food is something to be shared, and what those trendy restaurants with personal chefs have thought us – is that we take pleasure seeing the preparation of the food as well. So, why limit it to the kitchen alone?
The White Blues
A white kitchen that captures you, and
What A Polished Kitchen Island Looks Like
If space is what you love when you’re cooking up a storm, this kitchen will give your mind that ah-feeling of content. Next, to the large space, this kitchen island that moveable countertop that forms a bridge to the cooking area.
Another kitchen island, that showcases how open a kitchen can be. With the open spaces in the interior connecting the kitchen to the other rooms. This kitchen becomes the ideals space for every free-spirit to roam through, provided they love clean strong lines of course.
The Industrial Island
For the lovers of industrials style, see this as a love letter to you. And for those who love spacious kitchens,
What makes this kitchen and islands so mesmerizing is the combination of the hard metals and softwoods in combination the large space. This makes you feel like you’re the King or Queen of your own island.
The Future Is Now
This kitchen island needed to be in a category of its own. And it’s fairly obvious why. This island is a piece of geometric excellence. In which the black and white constructed counter steals the show. The impeccable angle and contrast in this kitchen might make you consider switching out all your countertops for something like this.
One Word, Balance
What this kitchen island and kitchen makes me think about is, Yin & Yang. The way everything in this space seems to feed *no pun intended of each other. The hard and softwoods, the natural light and the dark interiors, and the mixture of different materials. This kitchen makes me sigh in contentment.
These were some of our favourite kitchen island and kitchens. I hope your inner chef is satisfied
Written by Godspraise Itotoh
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