What is hiding in the island? A little bit of everything! This workbench houses drygoods, office supplies, and even wrapping papers that are various.
A Dash of Color
Windsor stools along with a red-patterned rug sit in front of the kitchen's island in this Pennsylvania home. As kitchen cupboard latches, Boat hardware requires a role.
The proprietor of this Minneapolis farmhouse-style loft made a kitchen island from a classic cabinet, which she topped with wooden packing crate slats. The stools are out of Uline and the pendants are from The Foundry Home Goods.
New Use for an Old Table
The late-1800s Belgian butcher's table, now a kitchen island, still bears traces of newsprint in the table's hardworking industrial times. The owner of this Georgia home left the Carrara marble counters unhoned to reveal wear. The walls are painted Country Stove White from Ralph Lauren.
A Texas couple breathes new life in their 100-year-old home such as using a thoughtful mix of materials from walls that are reclaimed for their own kitchen island.
In this Illinois bungalow, the kitchen island comprises parts from an antique sideboard, while an opulent chandelier and bright vintage fridge add grandeur to a small space.
An assortment of old stools provides quirky charm from the kitchen of the Oregon home. The concrete countertops are out of Cement Elegance.
To comparison the sweeping wood-paneled ceilings and dark wooden floors, Birmingham designer Beth McMillan chosen cool-toned Carrara marble for the kitchen's countertops.
The 16-square-foot island within this tiny farmhouse makes intelligent use of storage.