Dark wood cabinets pair with neutral granite countertops in this eat-in kitchen. A trio of chic metal barstools line one side of the countertop to provide a casual spot to dine. Two vintage globe pendant lights bring plenty of light to the eat-in space, while large windows fill the entire space with natural light.
Keeping your wine chilled is not a problem in this kitchen featuring a wine fridge, carrara marble countertops and tile backsplash, a gray island with prep sink and white cabinetry including refrigerator panels.
This traditional kitchen features a spacious island with bar stools, an incorporated wine rack, mini fridge, microwave and two miniature chandeliers. It has an element of elegance and timelessness in its small and spare decorations.
Get the most from your kitchen island with tri-level functionality. This charming gray wainscot island offers a eating area, prep sink, wine fridge, and serving space providing the ultimate in function and remains picturesque with southern charm and elegant details.
Working with a monochromatic color palette of gray, black and white, the kitchen boasts bright white cabinets, two kitchen islands in black and dark wood flooring. Four, dark wood barstools line the island with a waterfall granite countertop to offer a place to dine. A large wine fridge is a great addition for the host who loves to entertain.
In open floorplans, use the island to separate the kitchen area from the living area. Then if you already have a mid-sized appliance or bookshelf, take a cue from designer Diane Forman. A 24-by-15-inch Sub-Zero wine fridge makes up the end of this bar in her 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winner. It creates a raised divider that hides the bustle of the kitchen from the living area while keeping kitchen utensils at hand.