By Oldwin Bryant. Kitchen Island. Published at Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 - 05:30:56 AM.
In some kitchen design ideas, the entire kitchen island is a different color, shape or design than the rest of the kitchen cabinets and countertops. This allows the kitchen island to become an accent piece in the room and adds to the overall aesthetics.
“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.”
Other tiered sections can be used for cleaning, cutting or even countertop appliances like stovetops and built-in grills. You can divide a multi-tiered kitchen island with separate colors to accent a small kitchen island space.
And do you want one level or two? Burnham loves the clean lines of one level surface. But Kirschner sometimes designs an island with two levels — one at counter height for cooking prep and a lower level at table height, so you can sit in chairs rather than bar stools.
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