Published at Friday, May 11th, 2018 - 02:34:28 AM. Kitchen Islands. By Waldmunt Hartmann.
This kitchen was given a beautiful industrial touch with an island that has been clad with salvaged barn wood that has been placed in a herringbone pattern. The countertops feature Calacatta marble with an integrated undercount sink, making it a great prep station and the perfect spot to sit down on one of the stools and enjoy a light snack! If you do not have a designer helping you with these design decisions, then a safe bet is just to select cabinets for island that matches the rest of the kitchen. Your countertop can be level or you can add an extension off of it that is either higher or lower for the eating space. The sink or a cooktop can be integrated into the island to create its own separate workstation.
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.
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