Dine in the heart of the kitchen. Use your kitchen island for more intimate dining experiences. When possible, use the kitchen island for seating four-plus people; this allows for the best flexibility for the dining space.
This inviting, open plan kitchen features all-over wood accents, including wall paneling, a white beadboard ceiling and dark exposed beams. The kitchen island boasts a rustic vibe with its warm brown cabinets and hammered copper farmhouse sink.
The large rustic island centers this farmhouse kitchen and provides extra storage and prep space. An open shelf in the island keeps favorite cookbooks handy, while a pair of pendant lights illuminates the pretty white countertops.
A large white kitchen with a rustic island that provides extra storage and prep space. The open shelves in the island keep your favorite dishes handy, while a pair of lamps illuminates the wood countertops.
Simple white cabinets surround this eat-in kitchen. A brown subway tile backsplash stands out against the bright white cabinets, and neutral stone countertops provide ample workspace. A trio of seagrass chairs creates a casual dining area at the counter space. A rustic wood island provides drawer storage and adds a touch of rustic charm to this elegant kitchen.
Warm wood cabinets and floors pair with earth-toned granite countertops to create a rustic feel in this spacious kitchen. Two large islands offer plenty of prep space, and one is lined with barstools for casual dining.
Glass pendant lights hang over a rustic wood island in this industrial kitchen. The gray tile backsplash and modern stainless steel appliances create a clean, stylish feel that is a signature of contemporary design.
This rustic-meets-modern cottage kitchen incorporates the old with the new. The suspended kitchen island, complete with Carrara marble and an apron sink, provides a stark contrast to the alder wood cabinets and reclaimed hemlock counter tops.
Beautiful and functional, this commercial-grade chef's kitchen has two islands with stone inserts in the wood countertops. Hand-turned wood legs add a furniture-quality to the islands, while exposed beams and spherical chandeliers bring a rustic quality to the space. Tile tapestry inserts add visual interest to the floor and as an added bonus, the tiles are heated.