14 Times They Got Kitchen Islands Right

A kitchen island is the center of a great kitchen. It is the workstation. The gathering place. The hub. Kitchen islands are the place you drop your groceries, the place you prepare your homecooked meals, the place where kitchen magic begins. A trip around the internet will provide you with millions (literally) of ideas on the best ideas for kitchen islands. Here are some of our favorites.

14 Excellent examples of great Kitchen Islands.

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14 Times They Got Kitchen Islands Right

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#1 – What’s Right: All the things. The mix and match styles, black painted wood with a clean white top. The height, barstool friendly. Furniture style legs.


Industrial black and white mix from Decoist, Kitchen Islands.





#2 – What’s Right: Long and lean. Simple reclaimed top. Great storage space in front. Sink.


Warm wood on white with tons of storage, kitchen islands.





#3 – What’s Right: Mix of counter styles. Seating is perfect. I am in love with this color and the drawer pulls.

Calm blue with silver handles, one of my favorite kitchen islands.



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#4 – What’s Right: The bold reclaimed kitchen island top and the stone. The bar stools need swapping out (IMHO),  but this kitchen island is a rustic dream.


Ultra luxe rustic kitchen islands.





#5 – What’s Right: No one said all kitchen islands have to be big. This simple and functional kitchen island suits the space. Love the wheels.

source: www.homedit.comMax function in minimum space, kitchen islands.






#6 – What’s Right: Classic and functional. Love the color and all of the function of this kitchen island space. Rack for platter display, plus seating, storage, and great country details.


Classic farmhouse country style kitchen islands.





#7 – What’s Right: Table meets wine storage meets modern. Love everything about this. Clean and now, but…there’s something old school about this kitchen island design that I adore.

source: www.sutroarchitects.comOne of my favorite kitchen islands ever. Great design.





#8 – What’s Right: For the win. Genius level kitchen island design. Love the mix of wood and metal, plus the varied height for maximum purpose. Storage all around, butcher block, and the bookshelves…nice.

source:  www.freshome.comMixed counter tops, multi level kitchen islands.





#9 – What’s Right: The built-ins, the baskets, the simple cube design for kitchen islands.


Kitchen islands with function and style.





#10 – What’s Right: This is the perfect size for a kitchen island. Great storage, love the countertop and totally doable in just about any kitchen on any budget.

source:  www.designtilestone.comFrench country kitchen islands, classic style with bookshelves, storage and lovely countertop.




#11 – What’s Right: I’m moving in. My favorite part is the open shelving on the back. Very functional kitchen island…totally a baker’s dream.


Can we say love? Kitchen Islands done right.





#12 – What’s Right: Victorian-design in a dreamy kitchen. Love the upcycling of the vintage furniture for functional kitchen islands.

source: www.housebeautiful.comVictorian kitchen islands. Inspiration from House Beautiful.





#13 – What’s Right: Fixer Upper always nails kitchen islands, don’t they? Simple and clean. I love the plain wood with the gorgeous top.

source: (Fixer Upper)Kitchen Islands from FIxer Upper and HGTV. Great mix of classic elements.





#14 – What’s Right: Keep your eyes open because you can totally create this kitchen island inspiration in your own home. Narrow, portable, and perfect. Again, the wheels.


Mobile, rustic, narrow and ...perfect. Kitchen Islands done right.



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