I love the versatility of kitchen islands today. The kitchen island above has a utilitarian, industrial island look to it. One like you might see in a restaurant kitchen.
Just look at all the added storage on the back of this island. For a small kitchen, the storage space here would certainly come in handy. Love the bright green color they painted it.
This kitchen island has a cottage style look with all the white and corbels. Two wooden stools provide a place to sit and write grocery lists or eat a sandwich.
Above is an antique dresser serving time as a kitchen island. I love the curvy legs and striking insets.
Here is a rustic farmhouse style island coupled with a red vintage chair.
Don’t you love those brick floors?
This green kitchen island has the kitschy eclectic look. It is a nice long size and has storage shelves built in.
Bold colors make a statement in this kitchen with the blue island and the black and white checked floors.
This is an interesting look. Who said an island had to be in the center? This one is off to the side to allow adequate space for walking around it. In a small space, you have to make concessions.
Above is a desk turned kitchen island. Add a chair and you have a functioning desk again. Either way, it is a nice handy space in the center of the kitchen for surface preparation space.
Which is your favorite style of kitchen island?