Published at Saturday, 07 October 2017 by Delroy Lambert in Kitchen Island, with total 72 drawings.
When looking to add vintage style to the kitchen island, don't underestimate the power of accessories. Brushed-metal bin pulls installed on the cabinetry, round metal bar stools that swivel, or even a distressed finish on a newly painted piece are great ways to achieve that worn but charming feel.
If you've got money to splurge, consider going custom. Local artisans will build the table you love to fit your room and your style, and if you have trouble finding a local artist you love, you can find furniture builders online, too. When you build a custom table, you choose the materials, from the top to the legs. Topping a table with marble or stone can turn your kitchen into a must-see room. Just make sure that your home can bear the load of a table with a top of that weight (the person building your table can help you find out).
Islands provide the main preparation and landing area in the kitchen. They can be used for storage and seating as well. The island connects the three main functional areas of the kitchen - the cleanup station, the cooking station and the storage station - or it may incorporate one or more of these stations.