#11. Round And Round
Sometimes, straight edged can seem monotonous and boring. That’s a problem! What should we do? Is it the end of the world? Nooe, calm down, take a deep breath. It’s simple actually. A slight tilt or rotation in a certain direction can make a composition seem more interesting and eye grabbing. So when you want to design a kitchen island, keep in mind that you can get creative with the edges.
#12. Up To Date
If you’re all about modernity and stylish designs then you need to think about the materials used in modern architecture in order to make your design worthy of your time. And what is more widely spread and used in modern architecture nowadays more than wood and glass?
#13. A Little Sneak Peek
Make sure when you are designing your kitchen and place the island that it gets a sneak peek at the outside world through the glass window above the sink or the backyard door so that you can enjoy a good view while you grab a quick meal.
You can turn the island into a semi-circular bar in the middle of your kitchen and benefits from it’s near position to the sink and refrigerator to easily access any ingredient you’ll need to spice up your drinks.
#15. Edge Space
This antique kitchen island idea makes smart use of the edge space so that you can use it as shelved storage space or to view one of the antique artifacts that have been passed down to you for generations through your family to suit your classic and antique kitchen.
#16. What To Consider?
When remodeling your existing kitchen or simply adding an island to it and you want to place some decorative shelves and sculptors, you need to take into consideration a few things like in the picture above the light fixtures are hung down low so we need to make sure what we place on the island top does not cause accidental incidents during daily usage of this area. It should be easily accessible.
#17. That’s So Contemporary
Contemporary architecture is the most wanted by clients these days, and therefore it is essential to have a background in this genre. Placing your exposed wooden stairs right next to the kitchen island is an excellent example of an aesthetically creative idea that makes your kitchen look as sleek and modern as ever.
#18. What Utilities Will It Provide?
The prior purpose of making a kitchen island is that it increases the functionality and efficiency of your kitchen. In that context, an island can work as a bar for snacks and singular meals or as a five-star hotel for your stove because it would be placed front and center in the room equally distanced from both the sink and refrigerator to turn them into easily accessible zones.
#19. Double Trouble
Everybody goes with one kitchen island colored white or with a wooden hue. Stand out in the crowd and use the middle free space in your kitchen for not only one island but two! And get away from the cliché colors and go with a green shade for a further unique look.
#20. Dipped In Snow
The white color is the best color for interior decor because it is easy on the eyes and always sends positive vibes down your spine whenever you are having a bad day or going through hard times. Dip your kitchen in crisp white snow and enjoy the optimistic view.