If you’ve always dreamed of having an island in the kitchen, don’t miss our selection. You will find many ideas to copy and open with it your kitchen to the living room or have the super island you dreamed of!
A KITCHEN THAT BLENDS IN WITH THE LIVING ROOM
The challenge of this kitchen was twofold: that it did not look like a normal kitchen and that it was at the height of the very personal space, with a magnificent coffered ceiling. The interior designer achieved this with modern and sober furniture in a very personal khaki color. The island was completed with a wooden bar.
WITH A WIDE BAR TO WORK COMFORTABLY
This is what the owner of this kitchen, who is also a pastry chef by profession, asked the decorator responsible for the reform: a large bar where she could work comfortably, have breakfast, and use it without restriction when receiving her friends. No sooner said than done.
IN WHITE AND WOOD AND WITH A LARGE WORK ISLAND
The mix of styles works very well in this kitchen, where modern furniture has been chosen in contrast to space with a rustic character. Also, two furniture finishes have been combined: white, which has been reserved for the wall of electrical appliances and storage, to make it lighter; and wood in the base units and the island.
!WITH A VERY CHIC ISLAND
Open to the day area, this kitchen is as comfortable as it is elegant. And it is that the decorator has not given a single cm for lost, with cabinets up to the ceiling and solutions to store on the large island. It is precisely the island that gives the kitchen that most special touch, with the Neolith marble-effect countertop that runs down the side of the island.
A MODERN KITCHEN WITH A VERY NATURAL LOOK
Modern, with a rustic touch and industrial nuances. This kitchen is all of this and more, and we love it! The furniture, made with rustic oak wood, gives it a very natural raw look, which goes perfectly with the large metal sliding door, with a more industrial air.
LARGE ISLAND WITH A DOUBLE FUNCTION
On the one hand, a worktop with storage space, and on the other, a low bookcase. For this purpose, this large island has been planned, which in turn serves as a separation between the kitchen and the day area.
In walls, floors, ceilings, and furniture there is wood. And how modern it looks! And is that despite being part of a mountain cabin, the kitchen has been designed modern, very comfortable – to have everything at hand – and to promote socialization. Hence, the island, which occupies the central space, brings together the cooking zone, so that the cook can interact with whoever is sitting at the table.
A MODERN KITCHEN WITH A TRADITIONAL FLAVOR
Modernity and tradition go hand in hand in this kitchen, which has all the features of a modern kitchen but in a space with a marked country flavor. In fact, the owner of this kitchen wanted to include a wood oven, like the ones before, and opted for gas fires, instead of induction.
MODERN, IN WHITE AND VERY WELL USED
This kitchen has been used to the maximum, with an “L” distribution of the furniture, allocating the storage column on the back wall so that it weighs less visually, while the water and cooking area have been arranged in parallel, with the fires on the central island. An island that has been completed with a small bar area.