By Orva Sanders. Kitchen Island. Published at Saturday, January 05th, 2019 - 06:07:45 AM.
Another suggestion is to add a dark stain to the floors and choose a light color for the walls and Kitchen Island. This tactic can also be utilized when designing large kitchens.
The room will feel larger and organized which serves as the perfect atmosphere to prepare a tasty meal or quick bite. By accenting the island in small kitchens with a splash of color, the room will become more open and spacious.
“We’ve seen a lot of the dark blues and grays and greens, in reaction to all the white kitchens we were seeing for a while,” Burnham says. “Maybe mix things up. Keep all the countertops the same, but maybe the perimeter cabinetry is one color and the island cabinetry is a different color.”
“You’re going to need about 3 feet of space around it — at least 3,” she says. Homeowners sometimes end up with too crowded a kitchen if they choose an island that’s too large.
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