For the most luxurious Island design can work in a few ways, take a look at our blog and find these gorgeous examples as a starting point.
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In this day and age, there’s one element you’ll find in almost all the most luxurious kitchens, which even a few decades ago was not such an inherent element of the kitchen: the island.
The kitchen used to be designed around three points, the oven, the fridge and the hob, however, the new kitchen design is a social space, more about living and entertaining than simply preparing food.
Island design can work in a few ways, take a look at some of these gorgeous examples as a starting point.
The island can be a greta focal point, with a statement colour or material set against a neutral backdrop. This beautiful granite island is a smooth and seamless choice which steals focus in this design.
Creating more usable space is also important. An island can house a cooker when used with a integrated or freestanding cooker hood, or you can use this area for a sink, as this kitchen does. Building in storage is also key, but perhaps only on the cook’s side, so that the finished island has a cleaner look from outside the space.
The island is also a great space to also house a breakfast bar. This can be done in.a variety of ways depending on the shape of your space. Try introducing a different material to define this space, as this kitchen does.