Kitchen Islands are functional accent pieces that often become one of the central points of a home—take some time to figure out the style that’s right for you.
Kitchen islands are for food prep, dining, and act as spatial dividers. Often they bridge the design gap between living, dining, and kitchen spaces, which means that they should also complement your home’s design style and layout while matching your lifestyle, habits, and budget. Here are some modern kitchen island ideas to help bring things together while maintaining functionality for your home.
This kitchen island provides lots of options for hidden storage. "We chose to have a very big kitchen," says homeowner Egelund. "I love it when people cook together." The kitchen is by Egelund’s brand Vipp, and is a design that was developed more than 14 years ago.
This renovated kitchen is open, airy, and connected to the rest of the main level. Plum Projects used Bedrosians Magnifica Luxe polished white porcelain for the island, countertops, and backsplash.
This solid wood island with an inset stove and sink brings expands the natural wood floors upward adding a bit of rustic warmth to the space.
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