An range of old stools provides quirky charm from the kitchen of this Oregon house. The concrete countertops are out of Cement Elegance.
Zippy bursts of strong colours, like the row of candy-hued stools in the kitchen island, are lively without overpowering the kitchen of this Minnesota lake cabin. "Using bigger chunks of colour versus small, intricate patterns makes a bolder state-ment that is even easier on the eye," says interior designer Michelle Fries, who helped organize the space.
In this Illinois bungalow, the kitchen island incorporates parts via an antique sideboard, while an opulent chandelier and bright classic fridge insert grandeur to a little area.
A Dash of Color
Windsor stools along with a red-patterned rug sit in front of the kitchen island within this Pennsylvania house. As kitchen cupboard latches, Boat hardware requires a supportive role.
To comparison the sweeping wood-paneled ceilings and dark hardwood flooring, Birmingham designer Beth McMillan selected cool-toned Carrara marble to the kitchen countertops.
At the kitchen of the Connecticut house, a vintage table functions as a prep island.
The owner of the Minneapolis farmhouse-style loft made a kitchen island out of an old cabinet, which she topped with wooden packing crate slats. The stools are out of Uline and the pendants are from The Foundry Home Goods.
Stainless Steel countertops bring a sign of industrial gleam into the kitchen of the Kansas home. Equipped with Pottery Barn stools painted white to match the custom cabinets, a place to sit while prepping food is provided by the island.
Rafters swathed in a dreamy shade of blue makes the room feel like it stretches to the sky, even though a minimalist island grounds that the distance in this cabin.