Most of the kitchens we design have a kitchen island. Not all, as they don’t work for all kitchens, but, when they do, they are the glue that brings that kitchen together, both in design and in function. Islands add an extra counter space for chopping vegetables, serve as a drop zone for keys, bags and backpacks, and can function as extra seating during an gathering or homework space for the kids. What other area in your home adds so much versatility? Top the island with showstopping hardware, tile and lighting and this space becomes an essential part of your home.
Need some inspiration? Scroll down for our favorite BHD projects where kitchen islands complete the design.
Kitchen Islands: The True Heart of a Home
This functional kitchen island is the perfect place for a snack, and offers plenty of room for meal prep! And, the island’s stunning counter-top is simply breathtaking with its saturated blue hues.
See the full project HERE.
Warm wood tones mix with black-and-white accents in this modern kitchen island. We love the sleek, streamlined design, as well as the metal light fixtures.
Check out the rest of this renovated bohemian loft HERE.
This Brentwood home features a fully updated kitchen that makes a fresh impact! The large island, painted blue like the cabinetry, anchors the room while also serving as a focal point.
View more of this project HERE.
A minimalist kitchen island like this one is the ideal place to gather with friends and family after a long day. The darker tones in the barstools and island base create an inviting atmosphere that we just love.
Take a look at the rest of this kitchen renovation HERE.
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