Three simple pendant lights illuminate the long island in this Arts and Crafts-inspired kitchen. Neutral cabinetry is complemented by granite countertops, while a stainless steel hood above the Wolf range adds a contemporary element to the space.
A subtly marbled white countertop waterfalls over the edges to the floor of this long kitchen island. Hanging above, a mix of shapes form a pendant light display with a warm glow from the copper colored interiors. The surrounding white elements of the kitchen keep the space looking light and spacious.
Wood countertop on the long kitchen island serves as a beautiful centerpiece in this neutral, traditional kitchen. The light neutral color palette and hardwood flooring creates a timeless and classic design making this kitchen functional and stylish.
Various shapes of pendant lights hang over a long kitchen island creating an unexpected and fun lighting mixture. The soft marbling of the countertop stretches over the sides of the island for a fully white effect. Barstools with wood tops line the island facing the large window and sleek white built in cabinetry and drawers.
The long kitchen island allows for plenty of space for prepping meals and dining. Neutral granite countertops, pendant lighting and a black coffered ceiling add classic finishing details to the design.
Tall ceilings and crisp white walls make the kitchen feel larger than life. Adjacent to the long kitchen island, a dining area for eight allows the cook to prepare meals and entertain guests seamlessly.
A long kitchen island provides plenty of counter space for preparing meals in this kitchen. Conveniently behind the prep sink, a stainless steel oven and cooktop make it easy and effortless to transfer prepped food over to be cooked.
Black countertops contrasted against ornate, white cabinets create an elegant feel in this spacious, shabby chic kitchen. A crystal chandelier hangs above a long kitchen island that boasts a built-in sink and is surrounded by pink cushioned chairs.
The U-shape evolved as storage needs increased. It provides a massive expanse of counter and storage space as well as great flexibility. The G-shape is the basic U with another little leg. It is great for a one-cook kitchen and allows the work area to be spread out.