Even though it’s not compulsory, a kitchen island takes an important part in a kitchen. When you cook, the availability of a kitchen island will help you a lot and make your cooking activity becomes more efficient. Therefore, a kitchen island has to be comfortable in use. Even so, do you truly know that a kitchen island possess the same characteristic as a backsplash; even though it’s small, it can bring a whole new persona to the overall kitchen. A kitchen island might be similar in theme with the rest of the kitchen for a ‘fine’ look, but pick one that differ in pattern, style, color, or textures for a ‘Rocks’ look;this single island could be an accent and turn the kitchen styling into an original one. Thus, are you ready to try?
Before discussing about a couple of design example of a rocking kitchen island, it’s better if we learn first about some styling tips to make one. The trick is choosing a different style to be used on your island so that it will be stand out. For example find a vintage and shabby styled piece and use it to rock the minimalist kitchen! Pick a piece with unusual shape, and with material that is also unusual; just go for a metal kitchen island to be placed on a wooden kitchen. Never be afraid to play with style, material, texture, or color and your kitchen will be rock in no time.
The visual example of rustic inland the usage on a minimalist kitchen could be seen on the first kitchen. While the rest of the kitchen is dominated in monochrome color and simple design, the kitchen takes the spotlight with its classic and literally rustic body. With white marble worktop finishing applied, the island really goes well with the rest of your kitchen.
The second kitchen shows you an example of an island that uses the different shape with the rest of the kitchen. On the first sight, the kitchen island actually uses the same design style and material with the other cabinets. Even so, the island stands out through its circular shape since the other cabinet is normal square-shaped.
The third kitchen is a very good example of using some unused stuff as your island. The third kitchen, with white cabinets and walls, plus dark-toned wood uses an old barrel as its island. Even so, it has been remade with dark brown paint and white marble countertops. It is a very beautiful way to reuse an unused stuff, indeed.
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