June 24, 2024

Designing Your Kitchen Around An Island

Kitchen islands are an integral part of space planning. They provide additional work surfaces, extra storage, a place to congregate, a spot for casual meals, and improved traffic flow. They can also add an impactful design element to your kitchen.

Looking for inspiration for your kitchen island? Consider the following options.

Costal Contrast

Navy blue island cabinets add a splash of color to an otherwise warm, white kitchen. A stainless-steel double oven behind the island cooktop makes this kitchen shine with personality.

Costal Contrast

Rustic Charm

This elegantly renovated kitchen features a subtle and effective island design. Standout features include a durable countertop, seating for four, and an efficient workstation sink with a pull-down faucet.

Rustic Charm

Remarkable Retro

This downtown gem incorporates some bold appliances and color choices. The elegant island features cristallo blue quartzite that is backlit to showcase the color and grain.

Remarkable Retro

Waterfall Wonder

This waterfall countertop makes a dramatic statement. Room for food prep, room for seating, and plenty of oohs and ahhs in this kitchen.

Waterfall Wonder

Earthy Eclectic (Design Studio 006)

A large island with a dark, classic base adds a bit of drama against white tops and cabinets. A hexagon tile backsplash with a splash of orange, vertical subway tiles offer warmth and color.

Earthy Eclectic

Room for Seating

Opening the island on three sides creates space for seating. This versatile application allows for food prep workspace, casual dining, a homework spot, and added storage.

Room for Seating

If you are ready for your next kitchen remodel contact the experts at Striking Remodels by Bell. Our degreed designers can help you create the kitchen of your dreams. Offering full-service remodeling or design only services.