Published at Friday, May 11th, 2018 - 02:36:45 AM. Kitchen Islands. By Waldmunt Hartmann.
Modern kitchen islands are often designed to naturally fit into the room and its interior design. They match or complement the cabinetry or storage units and come as an accessory or an accent piece designed to complete the space. This design and the one featured above share the same design and strategy. They’re built into the cabinet unit and extend from between the storage compartments. As you can see, the island can either incorporate features such as a sink and a stove top or can simply be used as a counter space.
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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