Colourful kitchen island one of inspiring for kitchen design, having a kitchen island is beneficial in many ways. It increases the workspace and helps you in better arrangement of kitchen appliances. Most of the people believe that kitchens are just incomplete without kitchen islands. Here are some photos of kitchen island that will help you have a perfect kitchen design.
Breakfast bar island
A slim breakfast bar lends an extra function to this violet laminate island. Finished in a different colour to the rest of the worktops for contrast, it sets itself apart from the working areas of the kitchen. The surface also extends from the unit and continues down to the floor for a sleek look. Designer Neil Lerner Solutions
Modern Orange Kitchen island
Recessed cabinetry stops this Mandarin island from feeling too imposing and is great if you don’t need the whole area of the unit for storage. White quartz worktops allow dark flooring to be used without the room looking heavy. This Crystal kitchen from Scavolini has glass doors to reflect light.
Corian Kitchen island
Wrapping an island in Glacier White Corian all the way round and adding coloured lighting below, has made it appear as though it is floating, which creates a stunning centrepiece. Curved edges and bold colour are a nod to the modern retro look that’s currently bang on trend, while a seamlessly integrated sink maintains the sleek lines of the unit.
Parapan Kitchen island
Curves add drama to a kitchen. This undulating island not only reflects the concave line of cabinetry behind it but also integrates open shelving. Made from Parapan, the cabinetry has been thermoformed to create its sleek rounded look. Kitchens by Four Seasons Interiors
Twin Kitchen islands
Double islands are a smart way to maximise workspace without the inconvenience of having to walk round one huge piece. This kitchen from the Intuo range by Ewe has its anthracite matt lacquer units tailored for different purposes — one for cooking and one for food preparation, complete with a built-up sink.
Wooden-topped kitchen island
Island worktops can be any shape and size you want ? as long as they’re not so large that you can’t reach the centre. This striking Gallery worktop by Barnes of Ashburton combines maple, walnut, iroko and cherrywood for extra impact.
Wood and white kitchen island
Soft rounded columns and bookmatched walnut veneer give this island extra impact. An adjoining breakfast bar has been made from the same composite as the island top, creating a multifunctional unit for food preparation and informal dining, complete with a wine fridge.
Freestanding kitchen island
If you don’t have to incorporate utilities into your island, why not opt for a freestanding piece of furniture? You can easily reposition it, put it against existing units to extend your worksurface, and you can even take it with you when you move. This Stenstorp kitchen island in white with oak top costs from £199 at Ikea.
Dining kitchen island
Ideal for adding to a country-style kitchen, Chalon’s new freestanding dining island is a beautifully crafted piece with matching table. Available in more than 70 colours with the table in several sizes, each one is made to specification.
Mixed materials kitchen island
Mixing materials on an island adds interest and helps to highlight one particular area. Here, a drum cupboard made from cat’s paw character oak with a walnut chopping block stands out from the rest of the painted kitchen and is the perfect place for preparing food.