Complicated and well-thought designs are those that make sure your interior decor screams with your inner personal choices and interests and conveys the creativity level you hold within you. In the design above, the stainless steel is used to mark the stove zone while the wooden plated parts are the preparation zones.
#32. The L- Shape
Certain island shapes go better with the provided kitchen layout. For example, expand your options outside the standard rectangular shape and use the L-shape for example, to benefit from a functional trio in the kitchen island ranging from meal preparation space to sink placement to reach quick meal eating zone.
#33. Your Secret Hiding Place
Play hide and seek with this creative kitchen island idea that suggests you put your valuable drinks collection somewhere safe and sound yet still easily accessible and within reach whenever you need it. Use glass cabinet doors to showcase your collection and brag about it.
#34. Easy & Simple
Don’t make the mistake of overthinking your kitchen island and going out of your way to make the top of your island the best of the best yet to come. Maybe all you need is a simple rectangular silhouette without a lot of built-ins and add-ons that will still work as an uncomplicated space that is easy to freely work in.
#35. Salvaged Goods
In a world where pollution has become our strongest fatal enemy, recycling has become a vital ritual to extend our stay on the planet we love and cherish. Start with your kitchen island and recycle old tin cans to get this rusty looking but a totally functional kitchen island.
#36. Multi- Leveled
Varying the heights in your kitchen island in order to divide it into two separate zones one for meal eating and one for preparation and storage can make your kitchen seem more dynamic. You can use the higher level more meal eating so that it won’t interfere with other activities and the lower level for adding appliances or a sink but you’re always free to pick whatever you want.
#37. The Extended Version
Extend your kitchen island outside its usual perimeter so that it would provide a more playful look as well as an additional space to tuck in the seats in the sole purpose of not interrupting the interior circulatory system laid out from the beginning.
#38. Up We Go
This kitchen island looks makes the impression of a work desk for the few seconds. Leveling is a unique way for both organizing and separating zones and for a better shape (For example, this one looks like stairs).
#39. Cute & Comfy
Who said kitchen island chairs need to be practical and comfortable for a short span of time? Mix up the comfort of the living room with the dining and kitchen space all in one single room to create the ultimate comfortable eating experience.
#40. Light It Up
Details are the smallest aspects that have the biggest impact on a design. One of the details that most people don’t pay attention to is proper lighting. Sure we need to equip our rooms with lights, but how can we be so heartless and not include the island cabinetry in our lighting spree? Light up the cabinets to showcase your antique glassware and silverware.