Island Kitchen Designs and how to decorate yours.

A luxurious Kitchen is incomplete without an Island Unit. Explore the beautiful statement pieces that you can add to your kitchen, place some hanging lights on the top, and your kitchen will be turned into your favorite part of the home. Explore the different Design Ideas

1. Add Pendant Lights

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Pendant lights are a great way to draw attention. These lights guide you through the kitchen. To make the kitchen cozy use warm lights but if you want to make the kitchen more light and airy go for natural white light.

2. Introduce Light Wash

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A light wash kitchen island is modern and minimal. But if you want to add more character to the island go for a waterfall design and add some lights in the front. This will balance the minimal design with drama which will create a more cohesive design.

3. Add comfortable Seating

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Adding comfortable seating to your island will make the space warmer and more inviting. Add contrasting chairs to the mix with soft pedant lights and you are good to go.

4. Place some Accent Decor

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If you don’t want to spend much but want to add something new to the kitchen then accent décor pieces are a good way to add your personal touch to space. If you happen to have a neutral-colored space then add some statement pieces and few plants to complete the picture.

5. Wooden Island with White Kitchen

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Island in a kitchen serves many purposes so why not make it a little special from the rest of the kitchen. In a neutral white kitchen add wooden texture to your island. This will highlight the island and the contrast between wood and white will make the space more interesting.

6. Install an Accent Faucet

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Installing an accent faucet will add functionality and aesthetics to your island. To get the best results try to match the accent pieces like faucets, knobs, handles, and the range. With this the overall design will look more cohesive.

7. Complement lights with stools

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Matching your lights with your stools will create a completely balanced picture. If you pick up lights with frames then match the stools with them or if you pick up white lights then match those with the stools. This way you can match the lights with stools and create a cohesive look for your space.

7. Extend Your Countertop

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Extending your countertop is not just functional but it also adds aesthetic value to the space. If you happen to have a smaller space then leave the bottom of the extended countertop open. This will reduce the mass and will make the space look more open. Add contrasting chairs for the best results.

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8. Make it your Family Dining Space

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If the kitchen is the heart of the home then the family should be there too. So, invite your family in by creating a dining space around your island. Add contrasting chairs with some soft lights and your kitchen will be your favorite place to hang out.

9. Add a statement Wooden Island

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A wooden island has a lot of texture and character. To add a strong statement, go for a raw look. Compliment the island with a statement light piece and few neutral-colored chairs.

10. Keep it Elegant and Minimal

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Sometimes not doing much is beneficial for space. It takes out confusion from the space and leaves you with minimal and purposeful space. To get the look to choose a neutral base color like white and add wooden stools, black lights, and few accessories to space.

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