Stylish and functional kitchen islands are the basis of any cooking space. Whether it’s made from sleek modern steel or made from weathered wood, there are ways to nail down the look of an island kitchen and complement the aesthetics of your cooking space.
1. PEPPER GRANITE
Melbourne House, Australia utilizes an open concept space with a sleek island made from pepper granite.
2. CURVED ISLAND
In TriBeCa’s spacious apartment, interior designer Richard Mishaan performed drama with the indigenous island by Herzog & de Meuron, which has a round black varnish base.
3. TILE AND MARBLE
Architect Carmel Greer took the drama to his kitchen in Washington, D.C., with an island in the middle of the archipelago with black tiles and topped with black marble.
4. DOUBLE ISLAND
Interior designer Courtney Hill Fertitta expanded the function of this kitchen with two marble-coated islands, painted in blue to keep the spacious space bright and bright.
5. STAINLESS STEEL KITCHEN ISLAND
In the kitchen of a Manhattan apartment designed by stunning Alex Papachristidis, this traditional island is covered with stainless steel. The range is by Wolf, Saarinen’s desk and chair is from Knoll, and the Dandelion chandelier by Tony Duquette is from Remains Lighting; Roman shade is made of Chinese Sea fabric with velvet decoration from Duralee, and floor tiles are made from Paris Ceramics.